The fourth episode of the third season has been described as one of the most ruthless in the history of the Black Mirror series. It is striking, however, that technology does not play a predominant role in the Nordic thriller that the story proposes: it is just the excuse to bring to the center of the scene subjective responsibility. How far are we willing to go to keep intact our beliefs in what we are, our living conditions, our future projects, our ego security? While this question may sound futile and superficial, the episode unfolds further: in the past, to give an account of a decision of youth, but above all in the present, in each of the steps of the course of the protagonist in his fall to the underworld.
[marron]Keywords:[/marron] Memory | Responsibility | Disappeared | Justice