There are many parents who do everything possible to make sure their children are protected from danger. But how far is it far? That's a question that one of Black Mirror episodes of season 4 will probably leave its viewers questioning, like the trailer of the episode directed by Jodie Foster Black Mirror "Arkangel, " just fell on Saturday, November 25 – and, in the real Black Mirror fashion, is as exciting and crazy as any fan of the show would expect.
The Netflix original that only reminds you how horrible and hellish the new technology can be has a long-awaited fourth season that comes to the platform on a date that has not yet been announced. Although we do not know when exactly six episodes of next season will be released, it could be badumed that the new episodes will arrive very, very soon. On Saturday, November 25, as part of "13 Days of Black Mirror," Netflix released the first official trailer of one of the six installments of the season. The episode, titled "Arkangel," was directed by Jodie Foster and focuses on a mother (played by Rosemarie DeWitt) who takes drastic measures to "control" her daughter, Sarah, after she almost disappears during a trip to the playground. day recreation
The trailer shows the mother and daughter happily playing hide and go seek in the playground before the young woman briefly disappears. DeWitt's character can finally locate Sarah after frantically searching her along with her neighbors, but the incident prompts her to request help from a strange installation to make sure this does not happen again. Obviously, it is not fully explained in the advance how it avoids avoiding repetitions of the incident, but what we can remove from the one-minute clip is that there is a needle and a "trial period" involved. . There is nothing like an experimental treatment to remind you that there is absolutely nothing that can go wrong here.
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Towards the end of the trailer, we hear that the DeWitt character refers to the procedure as "completely safe", which is so good as Firm as anyone that the procedure is in fact not completely safe since, on the one hand, it is about Black Mirror of what we are talking about and, for another, the character of which discusses the experiment Responds to his comment with a not so rebaduring: "Sure, it is." The next episode also has an equally mysterious slogan that says: "The key to a good upbringing is control." Yes, I am sure that a quite wild trip awaits us with this episode.
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Along with the claim, the official Black Mirror Twitter account shared a poster for the episode with a second spooky slogan that reads: "Mother it will protect you. "
Before reaching conclusions about how all this will end, remember that the happy endings in Black Mirror are not unknown. (Looking at you, "San Junipero".) Of the six episodes of last season, there was only one that ended with a perspective that was not so grim, but at least we got it. Maybe the spectators can expect to see the same from season 4. No? Agree.
Netflix has yet to reveal the exact release date for Season 4 of the dystopian sci-fi series, but a preview of the new season hit the web in August and revealed the titles of each episode. The trailer was followed a month later by still images of "Arkangel" and an episode of Star Trek entitled "USS Callister".
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While speaking Radio Times in April, series creator Charlie Brooker talked about what will come after the new episodes of the show.
"When I write [the episodes] I never think any of these things come true, and then it seems that some do, which is a little worrying, in general," he said.
Uh, I hope we never get to the point where we can inject the kids with extraneous medications that allow them to control themselves, because that needle in the "Arkangel" trailer is a good indication that things might not end up too well for Sarah and his mother.
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