"There were times when, in the work, I had the impression of trying Rubik's cube in your head, and I literally had to get up from my desk and walk around. the house holding my head. "
according to Black mirror creator Charlie Brooker, Bandersnatch was as mind-boggling to watch as to watch – and he has the behind-the-scenes footage to prove it.
Just a few days later Bandersnatchof successful After its debut streaming after the holidays, Netflix started to publish images of the interactive movie making process. Producer Annabel Jones lamented that her production plan was abandoned on the first day of filming, with snapshots of Brooker's elaborate storyboards. latest Black mirror experience
So far, Netflix has released two of these features on their site. YouTube page. The first, presenting the technology behind the production, is above. The second, showing more the overall narrative process, can be found right here.
We will keep our eyes open for more videos as this can only be the tip of the Bandersnatch iceberg-but in the meantime, he's back to those alternate times.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is now streaming on Netflix.