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Juliana makes a startling discovery about her sister's death. Frank reflects on recent events and makes an important decision about his future, and Tagomi gains greater insight into Juliana's past.

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Brad Anderson

Writers:

Philip K. Dick (based on the book by), Frank Spotnitz (developed by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alexa Davalos ... Juliana Crain
Rupert Evans ... Frank Frink
Luke Kleintank ... Joe Blake
DJ Qualls ... Ed McCarthy
Joel de la Fuente ... Inspector Kido
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa ... Nobusuke Tagomi
Rufus Sewell ... Obergruppenführer John Smith
Daniel Roebuck ... Arnold Walker
Brennan Brown ... Robert Childan
Tao Okamoto ... Betty
Michael Gaston ... Mark Sampson
Arnold Chun ... Kotomichi
Steve Byers ... Lawrence Klemm
Jack Kehler ... Harlan Wyndam-Matson
Louis Ozawa Changchien ... Paul Kasoura
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Juliana makes a startling discovery about her sister's death. Frank reflects on recent events and makes an important decision about his future, and Tagomi gains greater insight into Juliana's past.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Big Light Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The murals that line Tagomi's office are a genre of Japanese art called "Fukeiga" meaning landscapes. The art seen on Tagomi's partition is a woodblock print of three triptychs titled "Eight Views of Kanazawa at Night" from 1857. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the previous episode, Smith catches Joe in his office and turns the lights on. At the beginning of this episode, the scene picks up where it left off, but the lights are off. See more »

Quotes

Nobusuke Tagomi: You may not understand this. I live by a 5,000 year old book. I ask it questions as if it were alive. It is alive. It tells me you have a purpose. It says superior person in an inferior position, accepting a task graciously brings good fortune to all.
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The phrase "The characters and incidents portrayed are entirely fictional" in the closing credits of every episode is also shown in German and Japanese translations. See more »

Soundtracks

Violin Concerto, 3rd Movement
(uncredited)
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
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In No Particular Hurry
17 August 2017 | by mbloydSee all my reviews

By the end of this episode, the season is more than two-thirds of the way complete, and there's never been less of a sense of urgency. The big cliffhanger ending of the last episode does not result in any major game-changer when we pick up where the action left off. The show takes the least interesting possible path following the cliffhanger. In this episode, we learn more about Joe without getting to know him any better. There is no other prestige drama with a protagonist as hollow as Joe. The writers are uninterested in giving the actor playing him anything to do besides stare blankly and try to evoke deep internal conflict. Juliana fares better, because she's given more to do. The Trudy storyline that takes over the episode is a little desperate. Maybe there's a payoff coming that makes it all worth it, but the show hasn't earned much trust. As usual, the most interesting parts of Man in the High Castle are happening on the fringes. This is especially true regarding antiques dealer Robert Childan. His and Frank's decision is unexpected, but feels right.


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