DeWitt and Aniya Hodge in Foster’s episode of “Black Mirror,” now available for streaming on Netflix.
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The first movie that Jodie Foster ever directed was about a single mom raising a son.For an episode of the Netflix series "Black Mirror," Foster had to dig deep into mother-daughter dynamics to tell the story of a mom so anxious about her girl that she turns to a sophisticated surveillance tool.The "Black Mirror" episode, titled "ArkAngel," is part of season four of writer Charlie Brooker's anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world.Foster's episode stars Rosemarie DeWitt, whose credits include "La La Land" and "Mad Men". Foster likens the series to "The Twilight Zone," serving up twists and messy human reactions to technology.Foster said she was attracted to Netflix after finding Hollywood really only interested in big franchise films.
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