Entertainment The Taste of Hate: This new Netflix movie will make you want to shut down the Internet
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Get ready to take a little slap. The Taste of Hate, this new Polish Netflix film directed by Jan Komasa, will take you behind the scenes of the Internet as dark as it is creepy.
Is there anything in the cinema that interests you at the moment?A demon 2.0 that ruins lives is here for you. This Wednesday, July 29, the platform will put online the film The Taste of Hatred by Jan Komasa (Corpus Christi), a thriller as unhealthy as it is creepy carried by Maciej Musialowski, which will pass for an angel.
Tomasz (Maciej Musialowski) is not a young man like the others. Desperate to bring the rich and successful back to reality, he joins a very shady company that aims to ruin people's online reputations. Invention of rumors, creation of false stories, incarnation of trolls on social networks, he puts his sadism and his talent at the service of destruction.
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But that's not all, Tomasz - who seems much closer to the emotionless robot than to the big-hearted human being, also dreams of charming Gabi, a girl he's been in love with for years. On this occasion, he sets up his most beautiful techniques of stalking and diversions by taking advantage of the chaos that he himself creates in order to attract him in his nets. To put it simply, Tomasz is a modern day demon capable of manipulating anything, anyone, anytime.Prepare to hate the Internet
Why will this movie make you want to shut down the Internet? It's very simple, where, The taste of hate will plunge us into the (dark) reverse side of the Net and prove to us how it's easy to destroy people's lives and how, even with nothing to be ashamed of, one can get trapped and experience hell 2.0.
As the Techquila site describes, "Social media is a very scary place and Tomasz is the reason you think about it. You are able to feel sorry for him for a second, and the next moment he goes. do something so disturbing that you'll want to unplug everything and hide somewhere. " The taste of hatred is a reminder of a reality that we too often like to forget: the Internet is not the world of Care Bears, no one is safe from terrible manipulation. Prepare for a slap.
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