Next month, Hulu will premiere the mini-series “Pam & Tommy,” a fictional documentary about the release of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s personal sex tapes, stolen from their home in 1995 and sold for sale. on what came to be known as the “World Wide Web. “The video referral program helps the site become more popular by attracting human coercion on the grounds – a path to what lies ahead.
The pandemic has pushed us deeper into this rabbit hole in our pursuit of distraction, information, connection, while we try to shake off our sense of impending doom.
At one point in “Inside,” while curled up in a fetal position on the floor under a blanket surrounded by tangled cords – an image worthy of a pandemic time capsule. – Burnham, eyes closed, brooding over our mess. live in.
I don’t know about you guys, but you know, I’ve been thinking lately, you know, it’s possible to allow the digital media giants to exploit our children’s neurotic drama. to make a profit – you know, maybe that’s a bad thing to call us. It’s possible that flattening the whole of subjective human experience into a lifeless exchange of value benefits no one but a few bug-eyed salamanders in Silicon Valley – maybe it’s a way to live forever, maybe that’s not good.
In “Don’t Look Up,” the leader of the “bug-eyed salamander,” a Steve Jobs-like figure and the third richest man on the planet, is almost entirely responsible for the comet’s collision with Earth. soil; His 11-hour effort to get his trillion dollars worth of materials failed. In the end, he and a few Yes escape on a spaceship, leaving billions of dollars left yes-no died.
Combined with Jeff Bezos, one of the richest men on Earth, launch into space on his own rocket last year – a trip dropped by the devastation of the pandemic (and a blip on the cultural radar) – is almost inimitable anymore.
Near the end of “Don’t Look Up,” the character of Leonardo DiCaprio, a bumbling astronomer turned media darling, delivers an emotional monologue. Staring at the camera, he begged: “What have we done to ourselves? How do we fix it?” Funny We just asked ourselves the same thing.
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/23/arts/television/dont-look-up-climate-change.html Can things like ‘Don’t look up’ cause us to lose interest?