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"The National Anthem" ist die erste Folge der ersten Serie der britischen Science-Fiction-Anthologie-Serie Black Mirror. Es wurde vom Serienschöpfer und Showrunner Charlie Brooker geschrieben, von Otto Bathurst inszeniert und am 4. Dezember Episodenführer Season 1 – Premierminister Michael Callow hat ein Problem. Prinzessin Susannah, Tochter des Königshauses wurde entführt und die Erpresser. Staffel 1[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Nr. (ges.) Nr. (St.) Deutscher Titel. März wurde der Produktionsauftrag für die fünfte Staffel bekannt gegeben. Zwischen der vierten und fünften Staffel der Serie wurde am Dezember . Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Black Mirror - Staffel 1. Die erste Folge der ersten Staffel von Black Mirror trägt den Titel Der Wille der Volkes (The.
Bereits die erste Staffel Black Mirror wartet mit drei mehr als abwechslungsreichen, vor allem aber abgründigen und zynischen Geschichten auf. Staffel 1[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Nr. (ges.) Nr. (St.) Deutscher Titel. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Black Mirror - Staffel 1. Die erste Folge der ersten Staffel von Black Mirror trägt den Titel Der Wille der Volkes (The.
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Princess Susannah, a member of the British royal family , has been kidnapped. To return the Princess, the kidnapper demands that the country's Prime Minister , Michael Callow, has sexual intercourse with a pig on live television, otherwise he will kill her.
Callow refuses to be blackmailed, but public opinion is gradually turning against him. Security forces are trying to locate the kidnapper, but every effort fails.
Under pressure, Callow finally agrees to fulfill the demand. The British people gather in public places and watch the shocking broadcast, with no one realising that the kidnapper has already released the Princess, thirty minutes before Callow's sex act began.
The kidnapper commits suicide by hanging and he is later revealed to be an artist, who planned the debacle in order to make a statement on people's obsession with the media.
One year later, Callow's approval ratings have fully recovered, but his relationship with his wife has suffered a heavy blow. Bing feels trapped living in an enclosed, automated space, as a member of a society that rides power-generating stationary bikes in exchange for "merits", a form of currency they can use to buy necessities or entertainment.
One day, he hears a girl named Abi singing in the bathroom and falls in love with her. He decides to give her fifteen million merits as a gift so she can buy a ticket to appear on a talent show programme.
Abi reluctantly accepts and enters the contest, where she is given a psychotropic beverage to drink before she goes on stage.
The judges are impressed with her singing, but they suggest she is better suited for pornography. Unable to think clearly, Abi accepts their offer.
Bing returns to the stationary bikes, determined to earn the merits he needs to enter the contest himself, and finally manages to buy another ticket.
When he gets onstage, he takes the opportunity to express his indignation and threatens to commit suicide while others watch from the audience.
After Bing's speech, the judges offer him a weekly show, where he will have the opportunity to rant about the system. Bing accepts their offer.
Jesse Armstrong. With the implantation of a device called a "grain" behind their ear, users can record everything they see and hear.
Using a remote, a user can perform a "re-do", playing back their memories directly through their eye or to a video monitor. At a dinner party, Liam is suspicious of his wife Ffion's behaviour towards a man named Jonas.
Returning home, Ffion admits that she used to be in a relationship with him. The next morning, Liam drunkenly heads to Jonas' house and forces him to delete every memory of sexual intercourse he had with Ffion.
In the memories appearing on the monitor, Liam notices one which took place after he and Ffion's relationship began. Liam, afraid that he might not be the biological father of his child, returns home and demands that Ffion show him the re-do of that specific sexual encounter, in order to prove that they had used a condom.
The re-do verifies that the two of them had unprotected sex. Sometime later, having been left alone in his house, Liam goes to the bathroom and uses a razor blade to cut out the grain from behind his ear.
Owen Harris. Ash lives with his girlfriend Martha, spending a lot of time on social media, until one day he dies in a traffic accident.
A few days later, Martha finds out that she is pregnant and decides to use a new technology that is able to simulate Ash's voice and personality on the phone, based on his social media profile and other audiovisual material.
This service helps her overcome her despair, until one day she accidentally drops her phone and panics. The artificial Ash tells her of the service's experimental stage, in which she agrees to have the replica transferred into a synthetic body, almost identical to Ash.
However, Martha realises that the android is not able to replicate the small details in her loved one's behaviour and starts distancing herself from it.
Finally, Martha takes the artificial Ash to a cliff and orders it to jump off. As it begins to follow the order, Martha expresses her frustration that Ash would not have simply obeyed.
As a response, the android starts begging for its life. Unable to get rid of it, she ends up keeping the android in the attic, where a few years later her little daughter visits it every weekend.
A woman wakes up in a house with amnesia. She notices people on the street recording her on their phones, but when she speaks to them they ignore her.
When a masked man opens fire at her with a shotgun, she flees and meets Jem, another woman running away from the "hunters".
Jem explains that the people recording her have been affected by a signal that appeared on their screens, while the hunters are unaffected people acting sadistically.
The woman follows Jem in her plan to reach the transmitter and destroy it. When they reach the facilities, they are attacked by two more hunters.
The woman manages to wrestle a shotgun away, but when she pulls the trigger it only sprays confetti, revealing that everything was staged.
The woman is told that her name is Victoria Skillane and she has been found guilty for her part in the brutal killing of a young girl.
She has been sentenced to undergo this psychological torture daily in the "White Bear Justice Park", where visitors are allowed to record her daily suffering.
Victoria is returned to the house where she awoke and has her memory of the day's events wiped clean, in an extremely painful procedure.
Jamie Salter is a comedian controlling a vulgar computer-animated bear named Waldo on a late-night show. The character becomes popular with the British public and a pilot for a series is commissioned.
Jamie reluctantly agrees to have Waldo enter an upcoming by-election to promote the pilot, having no interest in politics himself.
Waldo is projected onto a screen on the side of a van and targets the Conservative candidate Liam Monroe by following him around during his campaign.
Jamie sleeps with the Labour candidate Gwendolyn Harris, with whom he starts falling in love. When Gwendolyn follows her campaign manager's advice and distances herself from Jamie, he exposes her publicly as a career politician.
Waldo gains more public support, attracting American interest for global branding, but Jamie rejects the idea. On the final day of the campaign trail, Jamie begs the public not to vote for Waldo, but gets fired for it.
Monroe wins the election, with Waldo coming second and Gwendolyn third. In the future, Jamie wakes up homeless in a dystopian police state, with Waldo's face appearing on every screen on the streets.
On Christmas Day, Matt and Joe start talking about their past for the first time, after five years that they have been stationed together in a remote cabin.
Matt used to help single men seduce women. His clients had optical implants that allowed him to see through their eyes and give them advice in real-time using the "Eye-Link" technology.
His main profession, however, was subjugating artificial copies of clients' consciousness, stored into bean-sized chips called "cookies", into docile personal assistants in charge of running smart houses.
In turn, Joe reveals that after a domestic squabble, his pregnant girlfriend Beth "blocked" him, using a technology that turned them into incomprehensible pixelated blurs to each other.
The block lasted for years, preventing him from talking to Beth or the child, until Beth died in an accident. Joe found the child in Beth's father's cabin, but discovers that the little girl was not his daughter.
Angered, Joe killed the child's grandfather and left. After Joe tells Matt that the girl also died in the blizzard, trying to get help for her grandfather, it is revealed that everything is taking place inside Joe's cookie, where Matt was trying to extract Joe's confession, in exchange for his own release from prison.
Due to the illegal, voyeuristic aspect of his side job, him being incarcerated due to a deadly incident that occurred on his watch, Matt is registered as a sex offender.
This results in him being universally blocked following his release. Joe's artificial consciousness remains trapped in the cabin, having its time perception changed to 1, years a minute.
Using eye implants and mobile devices, people rate their online and in-person interactions on a five-star scale. This system cultivates insincere relationships, as a person's rating significantly affects their socioeconomic status.
Lacie is a young woman currently rated at 4. Episodes Black Mirror. Season 5 Season 4 Season 3 Season 2 Season 1. Release year: Striking Vipers 62m.
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