Fighting to acclimatize to the strange new world of Nazi New York, Juliana seeks out the one person she thinks she can trust: Joe Blake. Angry and defiant after Juliana's departure, Frank is drawn to the Resistance movement and its charismatic leader. Joe confronts his own identity when he finally meets his father.
Did You Know?
When Sarah gives Frank the key to the cab while in the diner, the key Is for a Ford product manufactured after 1967. Prior to this Ford used a single sided cut key. The key for the cab is a double-sided Ford key. See more
When the waitress serves food to Frank in the diner, there are chopsticks sticking out of the bowl. This is considered extremely bad manners and highly frowned upon in Japanese etiquette, since sticking chopsticks in a bowl of rice is part of the Japanese burial customs and also said to bring bad luck. In a diner like this, the chopsticks would either be in a container with the condiments or handed out separately with the food. See more
Don't Live a Lie
Written by Gene Autry
and Johnny Bond See more