Black Mirror (Series 2)

ep.2 White Bear

时长:00:42:02 / 首播:2013-02-18
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In a bedroom, a woman named Victoria Skillane (Lenora Crichlow) wakes up in a chair to find she can't recall anything about her life. Apparently the result of a failed suicide attempt, Victoria is surrounded by images of a small girl (whom she assumes to be her daughter) as well as photos of her and an unknown man. Victoria sees an unusual symbol on the TV screens in the house. Leaving the house, Victoria sees people constantly recording her on their phones. After being chased by a masked man with a shotgun, she soon meets up with Jem (Tuppence Middleton), who explains that the symbol denotes a transmitter called 'White Bear', whose signal has turned most of the population into dumb voyeurs who do nothing but record everything around them. Victoria and Jem are unaffected, but are also a target for the 'hunters', one of whom wears a mask with the same symbol that was on the TV screens. Jem plans to reach the signal's transmitter to destroy it.
As they travel, Victoria and Jem are picked up by a man named Baxter (Michael Smiley) who is also unaffected, but drives them to a forest and holds them at gunpoint. Although Jem manages to escape, Victoria is tied to a tree and about to be tortured until Jem kills her attacker. They continue travelling to the transmitter, while Victoria starts to have visions of past and future events. When they reach the White Bear transmitter to destroy it, Victoria and Jem are attacked by two hunters. Victoria is able to wrestle a shotgun away from a hunter and fires at her attacker - only for it to spray confetti.
The walls open to reveal an audience applauding after observing the escapade; Jem and the hunters are revealed to have been part of a charade all along. Victoria is strapped into a chair, while Baxter appears and explains everything; the girl that Victoria assumed to be her daughter was actually a six-year-old schoolgirl named Jemima Sykes, whom Victoria and her fiancée, Iain Rannoch (the man from the photographs) had abducted a few miles from her home. After taking her to a nearby forest, Iain proceeded to torture and kill Jemima while Victoria recorded his actions on her mobile phone. The 'White Bear', originally the victim's teddy, was a symbol of the nationwide search and murder investigation, while the symbol on the screens and on the hunter's mask was identical to the tattoo that identified Victoria's fiancée (who had committed suicide in his cell before the trial). Having tearfully pleaded guilty and insisting that she had been 'under Iain's spell', Victoria was given a sentence that the judge described as 'proportionate and considered' - to undergo this mob-recorded, poetic justice every day.
Victoria, who still has no clear memory of these events, is driven back to the compound past a crowd baying for her blood (under encouragement from the staff) and returned to the room where she woke up. She is placed back in the bedroom chair, has her memory of the day's events wiped as she screams in agony, and will face the same scenario all over again the following day.
Over the end credits, we see the staff of the 'White Bear Justice Park' prepare for another day as they set up the scenario. The voyeurs are members of the public who are there to see Victoria suffer while using their phones to record the show. A calendar in the house reveals that she has already gone through this ordeal at least eighteen times. The episode ends as it began, with Victoria waking up in the bedroom chair with no memory.
#1 - 2013-2-20 14:27
对廉价道德的廉价诠释。
#2 - 2013-2-20 14:44
旁观感觉有点残忍的正义。
#3 - 2013-2-22 19:13
(人家不是宅了啦 > <)
举着正义的大旗就可以行不正之事
#4 - 2013-2-25 13:27
(有些东西,不靠战争是保护不了的!! ... ...)
不能看作正义的极端审判
#5 - 2013-3-16 14:24
这女主整集有把嘴闭上过吗!实在看不下去了。。。
#6 - 2013-7-23 15:25
(あなたの傷は私の食べ物)
這集更多是對所謂正義的嘲諷,用正義去施行(軟)暴力,真是屢見不鮮
#7 - 2015-2-15 22:17
(渣渣,腋~)
镜头好晃,看的好晕
#8 - 2015-8-3 14:05
(性格悪い)
这集是两季黑镜我最喜欢的一集
道德和正义永远不能高于法律
#9 - 2015-12-14 20:33
(看剧就是图一乐,无论是神作还是狗屎,你的生活的不会有任 ...)
被绑架的小女孩 被绑架的大众 被绑架的女主
#10 - 2016-4-10 22:19
(Anyone should take the consequences for his action ...)
如果普通民众就可以审判有罪之人,那需要警察,司法做什么
一堆围殴小偷的人某种程度比小偷还要可恶,感觉是类似的道理
#11 - 2016-10-25 12:52
(正道的光)
蹭个回复,这是我黑镜里最最喜欢的一集
#12 - 2017-9-12 18:32
惩罚一个没有记忆的人是不道德与不正义的。不管之前这个人有多么丧尽天良,失去了记忆等于是全新的另一个人了。你不能惩罚一个“很可能”做某件事的人
#13 - 2018-3-3 03:44
人园?
#14 - 2018-4-9 08:58
(日行一卷)
正义有屁用,报复才是最重要的
#15 - 2018-5-12 13:48
(兴趣是讲故事的人)
好像有一丝女主的罪名其实也是人设的可能性,印象最深的是应该是看客的冷漠吧
结尾游乐园让参观者配合的桥段很有游乐园的真实感,屏幕里路人在看戏,屏幕外我在看戏
#16 - 2019-5-13 17:45
(9块包邮的蓝牙适配器能用多久,我很好奇! ...)
换个人戴上这装置大概也是这效果。
如果女主真的干掉了工作人员,算不算正当防卫?
#17 - 2020-7-6 05:26
正义、法制、看客、惩罚之类的探讨说太多了  我说点别的

个人还真不介意对恶性犯罪者实行非人道的惩罚,就像楼上说的,正义见鬼去,报复最重要
问题在于一定要确认受惩罚者真的是“罪人”
不过同时,当正义成为了一种娱乐,那还是正义吗?主题公园里的人、高喊着murderer的人们,是奔着为受害的小女孩复仇的心态来的吗?远华展馆里的访客又有几个人真的是来反腐倡廉教育的呢?