Maybe the most dismally enticing part about the world-building throughout ‘Her’, is the way this society is nearly unrecognizable, but mankind at an emotional level has hardly moved an inch. Somehow this culture is capable of building AI that’s (in every practical sense) indistinguishable from humankind, yet still find itself stuck in the same toxic relationship cycles.
The themes and motifs available for showcase here are nearly boundless. Because 'Blindspotting' stands as a finger on the pulse of culture, it quite naturally comments on innumerable social issues and hot-button topics. Plus, it uses some wonderfully hand-crafted characters to tell it, and that's damn impressive.