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Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams 

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A sci-fi anthology series with stand-alone episodes based on the works of Phillip K. Dick.
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A sci-fi anthology series with stand-alone episodes based on the works of Phillip K. Dick.

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12 January 2018 (USA)  »

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Электрические сны Филипа К. Дика  »

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Now That's What I Call Dystopia
18 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

There can be no denying that on first look this episode of Electric Dreams borrows heavily from the likes of Blade Runner, Black Mirror, Children of Men... etc, but of course the source material for this provides inspiration for the aforementioned titles, and so it's get an originality pass in my book.

A key feature for me with sci-fi is the dealing with the creation of alternate universes, where key events change the course of evolution. On this front the episode succeeds within that premise. There have been many mediocre sci-fi presentations that have come and gone - set up with weaker writing and concepts, and possibly better acting (though I will give a special exception to Holliday Grainger, who put in a very good performance). If the future world is unconvincing, however, it drags the performances down. I felt it was convincing enough here.

In summary, is definitely worth a watch, and look forward to other episodes within the series - it's a short story and it's designed to make you think where the themes could possibly go within the world that's been created. And as such, it's succeeded. A test of it's success is that I'd have been quite happy seeing where the world would have progressed after the end scenes. A solid start.

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