Black Mirror - Season 2, Episode 01: Be Right Back
Season 2 continues to pick the action from the end of season 1, following the demise of Ash, Martha is very devastated, until a relived hope is introduced by a friend.
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August 31, 2018 Black Mirror's series two premiere is creepy and moving in equal measure. It has real heart and characters that live and breathe -- even when they don't.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
October 02, 2018 The latest episode of Black Mirror, Be Right Back, is both a haunting vision of the future, and of what our relationship with technology could become.Read in Source
September 04, 2018 The Cinematography is perfect for the mood of the writing as is the sound design and editing. These elements add to the cold lonely world that Martha is slowly but unknowingly devising around her.Read in Source
September 05, 2018 There was a lesson to be learned here about moving on and not hanging on to the past -- and what we share of ourselves online -- but it got buried under one far-fetched twist too many.Read in Source
Den of Geek
August 31, 2018 Be Right Back is the best episode of Black Mirror because it never loses sight of its humanity.Read in Source
December 04, 2018 "Be Right Back" is a fable about letting go, about how the healing process can only be complete when you have moved on. But its great power is that genre twist...Read in Source
October 02, 2018 One of the interesting things about this episode is that it shows us a character meeting a technology for the first time, rather than one who has been living with it for a while.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 "Be Right Back" combines all the best bits of a Black Mirror episode: a crushingly human storyline, seamlessly integrated technology and some masterful construction in a haunting soundtrack and brilliant pacing...Read in Source
August 31, 2018 Be Right Back is a much quieter episode than its forebears. The social satire is barely present. The technology is terrifyingly close to real, but it never runs amokRead in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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