Musician and Artist Robert Henke Mocks Netflix Miniseries “The Billion Dollar Code”

“No one would have been able to feed multiple TV monitors in real time with visual data from an affordable computer system. We used VHS tapes and cheap Panasonic video mixers. Everything was pre-rendered at that time and it took ages to do.”
– Musician and artist Robert Henke, critiquing a scene in the new Netflix miniseries The Billion Dollar Code. “Clubs in Berlin did not look like this,” Henke squirms. “And whoever wrote the dialog has neither a clue of 1990s club culture nor any technological background. Cringe.”
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