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Netflix’s Black Mirror Season 3, Episode 5: “Men Against Fire” Directed by Jakob Verbruggen Written by Charlie Brooker * For a review of Episode 4, “San Junipero” – click here * For a review of Episode 6, “Hated in the Nation” – click here Stripe (Malachi Kirby) dreams of someplace better, a time before whenContinue reading “Black Mirror – Season 3, Episode 5: “Men Against Fire””