Humans 3.0 [Blu-ray]
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|Number of discs||2|
|Runtime||6 hours and 31 minutes|
One year after synths around the globe gained consciousness, human distrust of synths is at an all-time high, and both populations struggle to cope with the fallout. Human lawyer Laura (Katherine Parkinson, The IT Crowd) fights for synth rights at a high-profile government commission, while Mia (Gemma Chan, Crazy Rich Asians) and Max (Ivanno Jeremiah, Black Mirror) run a settlement for sentient synths. But Max is torn between his new role as leader and helping his friend, human-synth hybrid Leo (Colin Morgan, The Fall). When a bomb blast at a synth-friendly bar inflames already high tensions, Niska (Emily Berrington, 24: Live Another Day) searches for the perpetrator, and what she finds will have monumental consequences for humans and synths alike.
Heralded as “the ultimate A.I. thought experiment” (The Atlantic), Humans blends cinematic action with piercing social commentary. “Involving, well written, and well played” (The New York Times), the series also stars Mark Bonnar (Shetland, Catastrophe), Tom Goodman-Hill (Mr. Selfridge), Ukweli Roach (Blindspot), and Sam Palladio (Nashville).
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product dimensions : 1.78 x 19.05 x 13.72 cm; 103 Grams
- Manufacturer reference : AMP2677 BLU-RAY
- Media Format : NTSC, Widescreen
- Run time : 6 hours and 31 minutes
- Release date : 29 January 2019
- Subtitles: : English
- Studio : ACORN MEDIA
- ASIN : B07JK2HX9N
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: 15,227 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
- 3,693 in TV Shows (Movies & TV)
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Not since 'Battlestar' has anyone dared to tackle the issues that beset us all and they did it in a nondescript, American fashion. 'Humans 3.0' does it head-on . . . in spades.
I have been a lover of 'sci-fi' ever since I first read 'Dune' but this 'series' is the best adaptation of an idea that I have ever encountered.
Please make Series 4 come alive; you owe it to humanity (and to the Synths).
But I guess that it will all end, maybe after 'Season 5', if not before. On an upbeat or a downbeat? Only the 'showrunners' can know but can it, in all honesty, end on an upbeat?
In the end that is the worst of us and the best of us and it takes a 'throwaway' 'sci-fi' drama to demonstrate this.
Some people found it dark. However, I felt that it showed that we have more to fear from ourselves than any machines we might build.
It is a fantasised view of what the technological singularity might look like.
I am disappointed to learn that there is no plan to make series 4.