Tagomi enlists Kido in a deception to save Japan from destruction. As Smith's life crumbles around him, he makes a dangerously bold play to hold onto his power. Joe tries to do the right thing but suffers the ultimate betrayal. Juliana must make a heart-wrenching choice that will shape the future of the world.
Did You Know?
In The Man in the High Castle (by the end of this season), the films come from an alternate dimension where those events transpired. In season 1, its explained that a "Heisenberg device" (another name for the atomic bomb) is the reason for inter-dimensional travel. So it seems that the use of this weapon has made inter-dimensional travel possible. But this is never explored or explained. Instead, characters like Juliana, Tagomi, and Kotomichi are able to move between these dimensions. And in Tagomi's case, he returns from one of his visits to this reality (where the Allies won the war) with a film of the U.S. atomic tests at the Bikini Atoll. Due to this, these films are legitimate but have been transported from their place of origin by these travelers. Of course, given how many films have been brought back and collected by The Man in the High Castle, there is an assumption that many people are capable of dimensional travel and that there is a concerted effort to collect the films. It's also interesting to note that the show suggests (and specifies outright in the producer's comments), that in order to move between dimensions, a person may only be alive in one of them. So you can't run into yourself. See more
Near the end of the episode, Abendsen takes coins out of his pocket and puts them on a table. Among them is a U.S. Franklin Half Dollar, minted from 1948 to 1963. However, since in the alternate historical timeline, Washington, DC was destroyed in December 1945 and the war ended in 1947, these coins would not have been minted. See more
You're no better than the Nazis.
Good! Because if we're going to beat them, we need to be worse.
Tomorrow Belongs To Me
Written by John Kander
and Fred Ebb See more