HyperNormalisation


HyperNormalisation is a BBC documentary by Adam Curtis, in which he goes into different contemporary episodes and explains how politicians and corporations are showing a simplified and less-damaging reality to the general public.

The film consists of nine chapters: 1975, The Human Bomb, Altered States, Acid Flashback, The Colonel, The Truth Is Out There, Managed Outcomes, A Cautionary Tale, and A World Without Power.

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rating 8.3 / 10
category Society
year 2016
with Adam Curtis
duration 2 hrs 41 mins
added December 29, 2016

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