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Men Against Fire
Netflix
Men Against Fire (S03E05) is the fifth episode of season three of "Black Mirror" released ... More Men Against Fire (S03E05) is the fifth episode of season three of "Black Mirror" released on Fri Oct 21, 2016. Over 36,970 TV Time users rated it a 8.58/10 with their favorite characters being Malachi Kirby as Stripe, Madeline Brewer as Raiman and Jon Hamm as Matt Trent.
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October 2016

This Was so sad. To think this is not the future, is the past. We have already seen each other as enemys, as somenthing abnormal, lets not forget slavery and the holoucast. The saddest part is that we dont even need the technology for it. Dont mind us, we are just humans hating on what is diferent. THIS EPISODE seriously.

This Was so sad. To think this is not the future, is the past. We have already seen each other as enemys, as somenthing abnormal, lets not forget slavery and the holoucast. The saddest part is that we dont even need the technology for it. Dont mind us, we are just humans hating on what is diferent. THIS  EPISODE seriously.
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October 2016

Os carros são como as lanchas
As motos são como os jet-skis
E as baratas são como os portadores do HIV, Homossexuais, Imigrantes, Viciados, Mulçumanos, Negros, Deficientes, Religiosos, Pessoas de classe baixa.

Ep importantíssimo, a decisão de colocar ou não á máscara é de cada um, você é que escolhe se prefere ver as pessoas como elas realmente são... como humanos !

The cars are like boats
The bikes are like jet-skis
And cockroaches are as those with HIV, homosexuals, immigrants, addicts, Muslims, Blacks, disabled, Religious and lower-class people.

Ep important, the decision to place or will not mask is each of you is to choose if you prefer to see people as they really are ... as human!

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Os carros são como as lanchas
As motos são como os jet-skis
E as baratas são como os portadores do HIV, Homossexuais, Imigrantes, Viciados, Mulçumanos, Negros, Deficientes, Religiosos, Pessoas de classe baixa.

Ep importantíssimo, a decisão de colocar ou não á máscara é de cada um, você é que escolhe se prefere ver as pessoas como elas realmente são... como humanos !
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October 2016

I don't get why everyone thinks that this Episode was boring. I think it was really interesting and really sad. And sadly it was also very realistic. Sad World.

I don't get why everyone thinks that this Episode was boring. I think it was really interesting and really sad. And sadly it was also very realistic. Sad World.

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October 2016

Um dos episódios mais pesados de Black Mirror. Os roteiristas brincaram bastante com a nossa percepção, com a questão das "baratas" e da facilidade que tivemos pra aceitar que elas eram monstros. Mas eram apenas humanos comuns, com "problemas" no sangue e personalidade, que levaram a uma segregação forçada por parte dos "poderosos que apenas querem o bem da sociedade". O paralelo com o mundo real não podia ser mais propício. Vale a reflexão e a crítica... Episódio genial!!!

One of the heaviest episodes of Black Mirror. The writers played a lot with our perception, with the issue of "cheap" and the ease we had to accept that they were monsters. But they were just ordinary humans, with "problems" in blood and personality, which led to a forced segregation by "the man who only want the good of society." The parallel with the real world could not be more propitious. It is reflection and criticism ... genial Episode !!!

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October 2016

The ignorance is a blessing.

The ignorance is a blessing.
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November 2016

Welcome back "Tricia Miller" #OITNB 😔💖

Welcome back "Tricia Miller" #OITNB 😔💖
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December 2016

Episódio claramente feito pra deixar as pessoas pensando muito sobre; e eu amo isso. Eu ainda acho que a rapidez que eles implementaram as baratas fazendo com que todos nós pensássemos nelas como coisas nojentas e assustadoras faz parte do conceito que eles queriam mostrar, a rapidez com que julgamos as pessoas ao nosso redor, xenofobia, racismo, homofobia é o que a máscara te faz ver, quando na verdade você claramente deveria ver o ser humano por traz delas, por um momento eu cheguei a pensar que as baratas é que estavam mexendo com a cabeça dele
O fato de todos os outros estarem cientes de que eram seres humanos me deixou muito chocada e isso também mostra o desprezo que a humanidade vem criando contra o próprio ser humano.
Todos os dias eu vejo gente usando máscaras, nas ruas, na internet, todo dia vejo gente que fala o que pensa sem se importar com o que a pessoa atingida sente, a parte que ele cega o cara pra mim é como se mostrasse o quanto a pessoa é dominada por aquilo que ela acredita a falta de olfato de audição é uma metáfora tão grandiosa pra tudo que acontece a nossa volta
Nos não ouvimos o que os outros tem a dizer
Nos não vemos o que os outros tem a mostrar
Nos não "sentimos" o que as pessoas nos passam

Se você assistiu esse episódio e de alguma forma você ainda acha que é mais merecedor de algo por sua raça, religião, sexualidade ou qualquer outra coisa que você ache ser superior por aquele motivo
Você certamente está usando uma máscara agora.

Episode clearly made to leave people thinking a lot about; and I love it. I still think how quickly they implemented cockroaches causing all we thought of them as disgusting and scary things is part of the concept that they wanted to show how quickly judge people around us, xenophobia, racism, homophobia is the mask makes you see, when in fact you should clearly see the human being behind them, for a moment I came to think that cheap is that they were messing with his head
The fact that all the others are aware that they were human beings made me very shocked and it also shows the contempt that humanity has created against the human being.
Every day I see people wearing masks on the streets, on the Internet, every day I see people who speaks his mind no matter what the person affected feels the part he blind guy to me is as if to show how the person is dominated by what she believes the lack of hearing of smell is such a great metaphor for everything that happens around us
In not we hear what others have to say
In we do not see what others have to show
In not "feel" what people spend in

If you watched this episode and somehow you still think is most deserving of something by race, religion, sexuality or anything else you think is superior for that reason
You are certainly wearing a mask now.

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Episódio claramente feito pra deixar as pessoas pensando muito sobre; e eu amo isso. Eu ainda acho que a rapidez que eles implementaram as baratas fazendo com que todos nós pensássemos nelas como coisas nojentas e assustadoras faz parte do conceito que eles queriam mostrar, a rapidez com que julgamos as pessoas ao nosso redor, xenofobia, racismo, homofobia é o que a máscara te faz ver, quando na verdade você claramente deveria ver o ser humano por traz delas, por um momento eu cheguei a pensar que as baratas é que estavam mexendo com a cabeça dele
O fato de todos os outros estarem cientes de que eram seres humanos me deixou muito chocada e isso também mostra o desprezo que a humanidade vem criando contra o próprio ser humano.
Todos os dias eu vejo gente usando máscaras, nas ruas, na internet, todo dia vejo gente que fala o que pensa sem se importar com o que a pessoa atingida sente, a parte que ele cega o cara pra mim é como se mostrasse o quanto a pessoa é dominada por aquilo que ela acredita a falta de olfato de audição é uma metáfora tão grandiosa pra tudo que acontece a nossa volta 
Nos não ouvimos o que os outros tem a dizer 
Nos não vemos o que os outros tem a mostrar 
Nos não "sentimos" o que as pessoas nos passam 

Se você assistiu esse episódio e de alguma forma você ainda acha que é mais merecedor de algo por sua raça, religião, sexualidade ou qualquer outra coisa que você ache ser superior por aquele motivo 
Você certamente está usando uma máscara agora.
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October 2016

This is so scary and realistic, something that could actually happen not so far from now.
Another amazing episode about humanity and society.
Depressing but not so far us.

This is so scary and realistic, something that could actually happen not so far from now.
Another amazing episode about humanity and society.
Depressing but not so far us.
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October 2016

Mais um episódio incrivelmente pesado dessa série. Não por ser algo que pode acontecer no futuro, mas porque já aconteceu! Olha a visão do desprezível personagem interpretado por Michael Kelly: já vimos isso antes e foi cruel, uma mancha horripilante na história da humanidade.

Eu fiquei muito chocado quando revelaram que as “baratas” eram na verdade pessoas comuns, mas que não se enquadram nesse “padrão” que as pessoas poderosas estão querendo seguir. E o fato de manipularem a visão dos soldados para que todos sejam assassinados friamente é pior ainda. Senti uma angústia daquelas quando Arquette mostrou ao Lennard as imagens reais dos assassinatos que ele cometeu dentro daquela casa. As pessoas implorando para não serem mortas! Ele esfaqueando o rapaz indefeso inúmeras vezes. Meu!

Já a cena final, pra mim ficou claro o que os produtores quiseram mostrar: Lennard aceitou ter tudo apagado e alterado porque não conseguiria viver sabendo que cometeu tamanha atrocidade. Quando ele chega à sua casa, enxerga com a visão que lhe foi dada: tudo muito lindo, a mulher esperando-o carinhosamente, quando na verdade é apenas um lugar frio, feio, e vazio.

Minha cabeça está prestes a explodir com as reflexões que Black Mirror proporciona.

Another incredibly heavy episode of this series. Not to be something that can happen in the future, but because it has happened! Look at the despicable character played by Michael Kelly vision: we have seen this before and it was cruel, a gruesome stain in the history of mankind.

I was very shocked when I revealed that the "cheap" were in fact ordinary people, but that does not fit this "standard" that powerful people are willing to follow. And the fact that manipulate the view of the soldiers for everyone to be murdered coldly is worse. I felt anguish when those Arquette showed the Lennard actual images of the murders he committed in that house. People begging not to be killed! He stabbed the defenseless boy numerous times. My!

However, the final scene, for me it was clear what the producers wanted to show: Lennard accepted have all erased and changed because he could not live knowing that committed such an atrocity. When he arrives at his house, sees the vision that was given to him, all very beautiful, the woman waiting for him affectionately, when in fact it's just a cold, ugly and empty.

My head is about to explode with reflections Black Mirror provides.

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October 2016

Because in the end between the awful truth and a pretty lie, most of us would choose the second.
This is not just a metaphor of how it works in the military, where you get conditioned to see someone as the enemy, but this is how it works in every aspect of life with media, the news, famous personalities and politicians: whenever they point the finger at someone and say "that one is bad, that one is nasty" you tend to believe it because that's when most people think "there is strenght in numbers"; it makes you think that if everybody else does it, you should too and it's gonna be ok if you do. It sadly doesn't work that way.
Also this clearly doesn't apply to what Trump says. He's just an asshole, really.

Because in the end between the awful truth and a pretty lie, most of us would choose the second.
This is not just a metaphor of how it works in the military, where you get conditioned to see someone as the enemy, but this is how it works in every aspect of life with media, the news, famous personalities and politicians: whenever they point the finger at someone and say "that one is bad, that one is nasty" you tend to believe it because that's when most people think "there is strenght in numbers"; it makes you think that if everybody else does it, you should too and it's gonna be ok if you do. It sadly doesn't work that way.
Also this clearly doesn't apply to what Trump says. He's just an asshole, really.

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Because in the end between the awful truth and a pretty lie, most of us would choose the second.
This is not just a metaphor of how it works in the military, where you get conditioned to see someone as the enemy, but this is how it works in every aspect of life with media, the news, famous personalities and politicians: whenever they point the finger at someone and say "that one is bad, that one is nasty" you tend to believe it because that's when most people think "there is strenght in numbers"; it makes you think that if everybody else does it, you should too and it's gonna be ok if you do. It sadly doesn't work that way.
Also this clearly doesn't apply to what Trump says. He's just an asshole, really.
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October 2016

Thank You Netflix for this show !!

Thank You Netflix for this show !!
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Yas
November 2016

Quando eu assisto black mirror

When I watch black mirror

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Quando eu assisto black mirror
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