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They are: “Arkangel,” directed by Jodie Foster, about a mom (Rosemarie De Witt), who implants a tracking device in her kid; “USS Callister,” about a code writer (Jesse Plemons) who creates a virtual “Star Trek”-like world; “Crocodile,” about a woman (Andrea Riseborough, “Birdman”) who has a deep secret to hide; “Metalhead,” about someone (Maxine Peake) on the run from a murderous metal thing; “Hang the DJ,” about a couple (Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole) who explore the ultimate dating app; and “Black Museum,” about a young woman (Letitia Wright) who gets a tour of a most unusual museum by its most unusual administrator (Douglas Hodge).This divergence is at the center of every “Black Mirror” story, and the center of every joke, too.(“Black Mirror” can be hilarious in a mirthless kind of way). Each game, tool, device or “killer app” from these six hours is hardly from the extreme outer edges of science fiction. Surely there’s an engineer at Google wondering how human consciousness can be digitized. How much longer before a precise facsimile of each of us can be uploaded into a virtual world?She becomes increasingly detached as the system barely waits a day to send her her next date.
It’s the same routine: empty conversation over dinner at the exact same restaurant as always, sex back at the same prop home as the last time, then a flippant wave of their hand to acknowledge the end of their time together.
MY SAY As fans of this British import know, the term “black mirror” refers to that moment when you’re staring intently into a computer screen that suddenly goes blank.