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The rise and fall of the world's first smartphone, a whirlwind ride through Silicon Valley.


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The Blackberry phone became a milestone not only for the technology market but for the entire creative and innovation economy. After all, it was the world's first smartphone and was part of the routine of major businessmen. However, things didn't go as expected: despite its meteoric success, the company behind the device soon went into decline. And that's precisely what the film "Blackberry," directed by Matt Johnson, aims to tell: the beginning, the middle, and the end of this story full of ups and downs. With a style reminiscent of "The Big Short," the feature film sheds light on the inner workings of the company with levity and humor, although it is slightly less thrilling than this other film about the 2008 crisis.



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The riveting true story of the meteoric rise and catastrophic demise of the world's first smartphone, BlackBerry is a whirlwind ride through the ruthlessly competitive forces of Silicon Valley at breakneck speeds.

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