Joe Wright’s adaptation of AJ Finn’s bestselling novel makes you want to close the blinds and hide in the dark.
The first time it has played for laughs, this disturbingly hilarious satire is a bold opener for Black Mirror’s new season.
Where do you go from the colourful, big budget fantasy of Pan? Somewhere very dark, judging by Joe Wright’s latest gig: he’s directing an episode of Black Mirror.
Charlie Brooker’s anthology series, which was recently snapped up by Netflix to …