The Social Network (2010): The creation of FacemashThis eight-minute sequence begins around 8 p.m., when 19-year-old Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) sits at his computer in his dorm, and it ends at 4 a.m., when Harvard’s head of IT is woken up by a phone call because the campus’s network is about to crash. It’s fall 2003, and Mark has just been dumped. He LiveJournals about his ex, her surname, and her bra size. He and his roommates decide to create a site comparing different Harvard students’ images. Mark pedantically narrates and LiveJournals — much of what he says is apparently verbatim from his real-life blog — about how he circumvents the various “face book” databases of seven different Harvard dorm houses to accumulate pictures of women undergrads.Meanwhile, students in the prestigious final clubs are having a very different night, getting lit, making drinks, and playing strip poker. The two scenes are intercut with brilliant editing by director David Fincher and a pulsating electronic score by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.At one point, Mark’s friend Eduardo (Andrew Garfield) writes the Elo rating system — an algorithm that would later be ranked into apps like Tinder — on… Read full this story
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