The Choose-Your-Adventure Black Mirror Film Has Officially Released

Netflix has dropped their “Choose-Your-Own-Adventure” themed ‘Black Mirror’ film, which allows viewers to interact with the film.

By NathanG on December 28, 2018
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After several teasers and rumors earlier this year, Netflix has released the anticipated, choose-your-adventure Black Mirror film.

According to Buzzfeed, Netflix released a final, mysterious trailer on December 27. Called Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, the trailer seemed to confirm suspicions that the movie would allow audiences to make choices. Now that the film has officially released, viewers are sharing their love for the film on social media and the stress some of the decisions have given them.

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As the movie progresses, the film will pause at specific moments and ask the viewer to make a choice. After the decision has been made, the film will then resume without any cuts or interruptions. If a viewer is unable to make a choice, the movie will automatically choose a random option.

Reportedly, some devices to not support the interactivity, including Apple TV and some Smart TVs. When asked the specifics about the Black Mirror film, executive producers Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones shared some insight. The movie reportedly contains five different endings! Some choices may lead to a 40 minute movie, but the film reportedly can be up to 90 minutes.

What do you think about this special interactive movie? Have you played through the film yet?

To read more about Black Mirror and the adventure film, click here.

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