È forse il primo episodio con un lieto fine e che non mette ansia. Avrei scelto anch'io di rimanere, chi non vorrebbe vivere per sempre in un paradiso come quello? Bell'idea, romantica, attuale, alcune volte divertente alcune volte toccante. Il lieto fine toglie il colpo di scena finale tipico di quasi tutti gli episodi della serie, ma ogni tanto, un sorriso ci vuole.
I'm coming to this episode late, so there's perhaps no way this could have the same impact as it did for viewers back in 2016 - it delivers quite the curveball for what audiences had come to expect from the series - but this is still a lovely slice of sci-fi lite with a hint of melancholy, a delicately crafted episode that trades in its own form of "nostalgia immersion therapy." Or: Charlie Brooker's "Mannequin."
Painful and hopeful at the very same time...which is in fact a very strange combination. From the beginning 'till the end it was a very confusing experience to watch this episode. After watching it, you don't know what to think and what to feel. It leaves you with a lot of questions to ask yourself about the whole idea of 'life' that you could never give a proper answer. The impact that it leaves is quite powerful.
san junipero is everything i have ever wanted and more. it was there when i was trying to figure out myself, it was there when i was coming to terms with myself, and it was there when i was finally comfortable with myself. san junipero relieves, soothes, delights, and gives hope.
The ending of this installment was kind of a plot-twist, considering the whole spectrum of Black Mirror. This has all the elements of romance movie, yet it feels unsettling at some points. It raises questions and makes you wonder. One of the finest of the series.