Black Mirror (2011– )
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A woman wakes up on a Star Trek-esque ship where the crew praise their all knowing and fearless captain.

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... Robert Daly
... Nanette Cole
... Walton
... Shania
... Valdack
... Elena Tulaska
... Nate Packer
... Kabir Dudani
... Pizza Guy
Tom Mulheron ... Tommy
... Gamer691 (voice)
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A woman wakes up on a Star Trek-esque ship where the crew praise their all knowing and fearless captain.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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29 December 2017 (USA)  »

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When Captain Daley is choking Lieutenant Walton (for failing to locate Valdack), he lifts him up with one hand, followed by a close up shot of Walton's dangling feet (well off the ground in comparison to Daley's firmly planted stance). This is notably similar to the scene in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) where Darth Vader "lift chokes" Captain Antilles with one arm - and like Vader, Daley contemptuously throws Walton down when he's done. See more »

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At one point, Walton asks if the others had ever seen a human body compress in the vacuum of space. That needs to be 'decompress', if anything, since it's a vacuum, so no pressure there. See more »

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Nanette Cole: This is a dream... It has to be.
Walton: It's more like an eternal waking nightmare, from which there is no escape.
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References Star Trek (2009) See more »

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Silent Night
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Written by Franz Gruber and Joseph Mohr
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Hollywoodization of Black Mirror
31 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Happy ends are not suitable with the dystopic context of Black Mirror. We love Black Mirror because of its extra ordinary structure. This episode was like a Hollywood movie.


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