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Why bother calling it White Noise when it’s just another Noah Baumbach film? White Noise reviewed

10 December 2022

9:00 AM

10 December 2022

9:00 AM

White Noise

12, Nationwide

These days, everyone who was knocking around a few decades ago predicted the internet. Marshall McLuhan famously predicted the internet in 1962. Orson Scott Card predicted the internet in 1986. Even David Bowie is supposed to have seen it coming. But I think Don DeLillo really did prophesise our 21st-century technological reality in his 1985 novel White Noise.

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