‘HyperNormalisation’ documentary

'Hypernormalisation' (2016)

‘HyperNormalisation’ is the latest – huge at just under three hours duration – undertaking from inspiring British documentary maker Adam Curtis.

Made in 2016 for the BBC, the film is beautifully put together, depressingly educational, and unnervingly stark in its windows on the state we’re in as a species. Whatever your take on Curtis’ pessimistic overview of the last fifty-odd years, ‘HyperNormalisation’ is gripping viewing indeed, but do remember it’s but one man’s attempt to place a defined narrative on a necessarily nebulous subject!

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