'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Proves That More Choice Doesn't Mean A Better Story The sci-fi series Black Mirror has always been about changing technology and its usually dark implications for the future. Its latest episode, Bandersnatch, is itself the result of new technology developed at Netflix. As you watch it, you make your own on-screen choices that determine which of several possible endings you reach.
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'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Proves That More Choice Doesn't Mean A Better Story

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'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Proves That More Choice Doesn't Mean A Better Story

'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Proves That More Choice Doesn't Mean A Better Story

'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Proves That More Choice Doesn't Mean A Better Story

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Fionn Whitehead is Stefan in Netflix's interactive Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

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The sci-fi series Black Mirror has always been about changing technology and its usually dark implications for the future. Its latest episode, Bandersnatch, is itself the result of new technology developed at Netflix. As you watch it, you make your own on-screen choices that determine which of several possible endings you reach.

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