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Editing the Meta Story (Black Mirror Bandersnatch - Netflix Fight Scene Analysis)

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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is a 2018 psychological thriller interactive film in the science fiction anthology series Black Mirror.

Watch the full scene without commentary: https://youtu.be/BYY-EsajFfg

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In Bandersnatch, viewers make decisions for the main character, the young programmer Stefan Butler  who is adapting a fantasy choose-your-own-adventure novel into a video game in 1984.  The film is based on a planned Imagine Software video game of the same name which went unreleased after the company filed for bankruptcy. It also alludes to Lewis Carroll's own works that feature the bandersnatch creature. A piece of science fiction and horror, Bandersnatch incorporates meta-commentary and rumination on free will.

Bandersnatch is presented as an interactive film. A brief tutorial, specific to the device being streamed on, explains to the viewer how to make choices. They have ten seconds to make choices, or a default decision is made. Once a playthrough ends, the viewer is given an option of going back and making a different choice. The average viewing is 90 minutes, though the quickest path ends after 40 minutes. There are 150 minutes of unique footage divided into 250 segments.

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Each episode my friend Tyler and I analyze the storytelling of one iconic movie scene like this one and you can follow along. So turn on the podcast, bring up the youtube clip (when we tell you) and let's get into it.

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This Guy is Sven, an A.C.E. Award nominee who cut for James Cameron, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and James Franco.

Tyler has been teaching Film Editing for the past 10 plus years and is currently lecturing at the UCLA Extension Film Program.

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