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“Hang the DJ” has a happy ending, at least by Black Mirror standards—Frank and Amy seem destined to be together. But the twist leaves you pondering the ethics of creating a thousand digital people, only to erase them after they've fulfilled their purpose. It's a heartwarming episode with a sting in its tail.
Dec 30, 2017
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Dec 29, 2017 ˇ With its menacing taser-armed guards and talk of feeling “like a prisoner”, Hang The DJ hints towards a dark secret, but in fact is all rather ...
Hang the DJ is a wonderful slice of Black Mirror. There are times when the series moves away from dark nihilism and embraces all that is good about being human.
Critic Reviews for Hang the DJ ... "Hang The DJ" did a great job of integrating technology into the story. ... Unlike many Black Mirror episodes, it has a purely ...

Air Date: Dec 29, 2017
Jan 4, 2018 ˇ Frank and Amy have a good first date, with easy, witty conversation, but The System has determined their relationship will only last one night.
Dec 29, 2017 ˇ “Hang the DJ” tells a scary story about technology. But it tells a scarier one about love. ... The best Black Mirror episodes are ones that use ...
“Hang The DJ” has some great questions in it, along with a suspenseful scenario and wonderful actors, tied up in an excitingly reflective concept (because, you ...
The episode first aired on Netflix, along with the rest of series four, on 29 December 2017. It follows Amy (Georgina Campbell) and Frank (Joe Cole), who are ...
Dec 29, 2017 ˇ A hearty back-slap to Georgina Campbell (Broadchurch) and Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders) for making Amy and Frank so incredibly human and likeable, ...
Dec 28, 2017 ˇ With all the events we've just witnessed merely being an AI simulation to inform a real-world app, 'Hang the DJ' ends on a more positive note ...