Black Mirror (2011– )
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Paired up by a dating program that puts an expiration date on all relationships, Frank and Amy soon begin to question the system's logic.

Director:

Timothy Van Patten (as Tim Van Patten)

Writers:

Charlie Brooker, Charlie Brooker (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Georgina Campbell ... Amy
Joe Cole ... Frank
Gina Bramhill ... Coach (voice)
George Blagden ... Lenny
Gwyneth Keyworth ... Nicola
Jessie Cave ... Edna
Luke Manning ... Mike
Tim Pritchett Tim Pritchett ... Norman
Alex Tamaro Alex Tamaro ... Butch
Che Watson ... Silverfox
Bruce Chong Bruce Chong ... David
Anna Dobrucki Anna Dobrucki ... Patty
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Paired up by a dating program that puts an expiration date on all relationships, Frank and Amy soon begin to question the system's logic.

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Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.20 : 1
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Trivia

Amy (Georgina Campbell) telling Lenny (George Blagden) (her second relationship we see in this episode) that his exaggerated "ahhhh" after every sip of water is annoying to her, is an obvious tip of the cap to Seinfeld (1989) S5E9 and of course referenced later in "Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)" S8E3, where Susie does the exaggerated "ahhhh" in the same fashion. See more »

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Performed by Jennifer Left
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I cried. I laughed. I gasped. I loved (it)!
30 December 2017 | by ranchiSee all my reviews

I'm not even going to review the episode as I am still shocked -in the most beautiful way imaginable- about it. I guess I will edit this in a few hours when I've calmed down, because what an hour of television. I am so happy we get to have at least one hopeful, heartwarming and touching approach to how techonology can help us. There's many things I'd like to point out about the episode, but I want this review to be spoiler-free, so I'll just wrap it up with one last thought.

I've read people say this is S4's San Junipero, but I think each one of them is its very own thing and should not be compared but understood as two different ways technology could give us a hand improving what's at the very core of human relationships: love.

EDIT: I was going to edit it like I said I was going to do but I love my genuine reaction so I'm not going to change a word I said.


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