Netflix released “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” on December 28, 2018. It was directed by David Slade and written by Charlie Brooker, the creator of the sci-fi anthology series “Black Mirror.”
An interactive film, “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” continues with a default decision if the viewer does not make a choice in 10 seconds. Get to know more about the cast members and their respective characters here:
- Jeff Minter plays Jerome F. Davies, a video game designer who goes by the name Yak and the fantasy novel “Bandersnatch” author who becomes criminally insane.
- Suzanne Burden as Judith Mulligan, the host of the Jerome F. Davies documentary.
- Fionn Whitehead plays Stefan Butler, a 19-year-old programmer who adapts “Bandersnatch” into a video game in 1984.
- A.J. Houghton plays young Stefan Butler.
- Alice Lowe plays Stefan Butler’s therapist Dr. R. Haynes.
- Tallulah Haddon plays Stefan Butler’s girlfriend Kitty.
- Craig Parkinson plays Peter Butler, a father hated by his son Stefan Butler.
- Fleur Keith plays Stefan Butler’s mother who died in a train crash in 1970.
- Asim Chaudhry plays Mohan Thakur, the owner of video game company Tuckersoft.
- Will Poulter plays Colin Ritman, a Tuckersoft game designer.
- Alan Asaad plays Satpal, a Tuckersoft office boy and gofer.
- Laura Evelyn plays Pearl Ritman, Colin Ritman and Kitty’s adult daughter who tries to create a modern “Bandersnatch” reboot.
- Catriona Knox plays Leslie, the host of “Microplay,” a TV show that reviews recent video games.
- Paul Bradley plays Robin, a “Microplay” video game critic.
- Jonathan Aris plays Crispin, a reporter who works on the story of Peter Butler’s murder.
- Jon-Jo Inkpen plays Pax, a demon of lion figure.
- Sandra Teles plays a reporter.
- Tom McCall plays a paramedic.
- Ellie Piercy plays a receptionist.
- Rochenda Sandall plays Pippa 1st AD.
- Stephen Rashbrook is the narrator.
Produced by Russell McLean, “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” was released as a standalone film. Watch the trailer of the sci-fi film from Netlix here: