HyperNormalisation (2016) by Adam Curtis | FULL DOCUMENTARY

The cult documentary maker explores the falsity of recent life in his personal inimitable model. Although he’s spent the most effective a part of 4 many years making tv, Curtis’s signature mix of hypnotic archive footage, authoritative voiceover and a seemingly inexhaustible urge for food for weird historic tangents is best suited to the net, a spot simply as immune to the narrative handholding of broadcast TV as he’s. He argues that a military of technocrats, complacent radicals and Faustian web entrepreneurs have conspired to create an unreal world; one whose acquainted and infrequently comforting particulars blind us to its whole inauthenticity.


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