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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (also referred to simply as Bandersnatch) is a 2018 feature-length film in the science fiction anthology series Black Mirror . It follows a young programmer who adapts a fantasy novel into a video game during the 1980s. Netflix is set to release the film on 28 December 2018.[1] It is the first standalone film in the series.

In Bandersnatch, viewers make decisions for the main character, young programmer Stefan Butler (Fionn Whitehead) who adapts a fantasy novel into a video game in 1984.[4] Other characters include Mohan Thakur (Asim Chaudhry) and Colin Ritman (Will Poulter), who work at a video game company, and Butler’s father, Peter (Craig Parkinson) and Butler’s therapist, Dr. Haynes (Alice Lowe). The film is based on a planned Imagine Software video game of the same name which went unreleased after the company filed for bankruptcy. A piece of horror and science fiction, Bandersnatch incorporates meta-commentary and rumination on free will.

Brooker and executive producer Annabel Jones were approached by Netflix about making an interactive film in May 2017, during which time Netflix had several interactive projects for children underway. Difficulty in writing the highly non-linear script led to the creation of a bespoke Branch Manager for Netflix, and the unique nature of the content required adaptations in the platform’s use of cache memory. Filming and production took longer than for typical Black Mirror episodes. A quickly-deleted tweet from a Netflix account about the release of Bandersnatch led to widespread media speculation throughout December, which Netflix declined to comment on. The trailer for Bandersnatch was released on 27 December 2018, a day before the film was released.

Plot 
In England in July 1984, 19-year-old programmer Stefan Butler (Fionn Whitehead) dreams of adapting a “choose your own adventure” book called Bandersnatch by tragic writer Jerome F. Davies (Jeff Minter) into what he hopes will be a revolutionary adventure video game. The game involves traversing a graphical maze of corridors while avoiding a creature called the Pax, and at times making choices by an on-screen instruction. Butler produces the game for video game company Tuckersoft, which is run by Mohan Thakur (Asim Chaudhry) and employs the famous game creator Colin Ritman (Will Poulter). Butler is given the choice of accepting or rejecting help from the company in developing the game. If Butler accepts the offer, Ritman says he chose the “wrong path” and he lives the day again, being given the same choice.

If Butler instead rejects, he begins to work on the game on his own, given a deadline of 12 September by Thakur so Tuckersoft can publish it for holiday sales. He goes to therapy with Dr. R. Haynes (Alice Lowe) and is given the choice to discuss his mother’s death at age 5. His mother was on a train which derailed, having missed her planned train as Butler would not leave the house without his toy rabbit, which his father Peter (Craig Parkinson) had taken from him believing boys his age should not be playing with dolls. Another choice allows Butler to follow Ritman back to his flat, where he lives with his girlfriend Kitty and child Pearl, and take hallucinogens. Ritman then talks about alternate timelines and d

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