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The Man in the High CastleIn der zweiten Folge der vierten Staffel der Amazon-Serie „The Man in the High Castle“ empfängt Helen Smith, Ehefrau des Reichsmarschalls. In einer Dystopie, in der die Alliierten den Zweiten Weltkrieg verloren haben, sind die USA zwischen den Siegermächten Japan und Deutschland aufgeteilt worden. Die Spannungen zwischen den Besatzern nehmen zu und führen zu Konflikten. Große Auswahl fremdsprachige Bücher bei Thalia ✓ Bücher versandkostenfrei ✓»The Man in the High Castle«jetzt bestellen!
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She is friends with Russ Gilmore. Thomas Smith is her teaching assistant and Helen, his mother and John, his father are also present.
During meditation she sees Tagomi in a vision. He leaves her a message by means of Wei-Chi. Mingus Jones is arrested under suspicion of assassinating Tagomi.
The Kenpeitai find a book by Equiano Hampton, the founder of the BCR - the Black Communist Rebellion - in Mingus' possession. They accuse Mingus of being a BCR member.
Kido's son, Toru, witnesses the violence of the interrogation and is distressed by it. Wyatt meets with members of the BCR.
The Nebenwelt device now enables movement of Nazi agents between worlds. They are extracting technological and cultural information from the different worlds.
Mengele has created a map of the multiverse. The Nazi agents are sabotaging the nuclear defence program of the world where the allies won World War II.
Smith learns of his other self and that Juliana lives in that world. Wyatt proposes to Elijah and Bell Mallory, BCR leaders, that the BCR join forces with his resistance group.
Bell reports that Childan is planning to hold an auction of western memorabilia. General Masuda, the butcher of Manchuria, Inspector Kido and defence ministers Shimura and Nagasaki will attend the auction.
The BCR sees them as targets. Bell suggests that Wyatt's team conduct the attack. In return the BCR will give him the weaponry that the resistance urgently needs.
Wyatt arranges that he does the catering for Childan's auction. Childan is unaware of Wyatt's intentions. Childan meets the Crown Princess; his life's dream fulfilled when she describes him as a man of culture.
Jennifer confesses to a school friend, Henry, that she was in the Neutral Zone rather than in Chicago. She plays for him a banned blues record.
Amy hears it, walks in on them and takes the record to report it to their father. Smith protects Jennifer by telling Amy that the record was evidence in an investigation and that Amy should consider the incident reported.
Jennifer contacts her mother, tearfully saying that she wants to return to the Neutral Zone and be with her.
Helen Smith returns to the GNR. Juliana meets Russ and borrows a gun from him, having realised that she is being watched.
Kido tells General Yamori that Mingus Jones had an alibi. Yamori tells him to announce Mingus as the killer of Tagomi and that the case is closed. Toru Kido is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder following his involvement in the Masuda campaign in Manchuria.
He tells his father that the empire is losing in China and that they are both puppets. Kido throws him out and disowns him.
Wyatt and his men start the ambush at the auction event. The BCR pick up a radio warning that their cover is blown so they withdraw. Bell shoots Masuda, Kido arriving too late while Shimura and Nagasaki are also killed.
Wyatt loses several men. Childan, having unwittingly been taken prisoner by the BCR, tells them that the Crown Princess is planning a full withdrawal from the JPS and that they have killed the wrong people.
The auction was a cover for a summit meeting about the withdrawal. Juliana seek advice from alt-Smith about his core drive. When leaving, Juliana is ambushed, but saved by alt-Smith, who is killed himself in the process.
His killer, a Nazi agent, recognizes him. Abendsen is being coerced into hosting Tales from the High Castle , a Nazi propaganda anthology depicting an Allied victory dystopia.
In return, they keep his wife safe. Juliana goes to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC and travels back to her original world.
She tries to pay for bread with US dollars in a bakery owned by Zina Parks. She takes refuge there while waiting for Wyatt.
Obergruppenführer Goertzmann visits Reichsmarshall Smith and issues a veiled warning. Himmler, who survived the sniper attack, attends a dinner at Smith's home.
Helen is treated with unmasked suspicion by his wife, Margarethe. Himmler's health is poor and he is cantankerous. Childan is in the custody of the BCR.
He contacts the Crown Princess on their behalf and offers a temporary ceasefire in exchange for peace talks. General Yamori authorizes Kido to conduct reprisals in contradiction of Admiral Inokuchi's instructions.
Kido tells Captain Iijima that he knows he murdered Tagomi. John Smith learns of his death in the other world and that Juliana is back.
Charlotte Brändström. Equiano Hampton, Bell and Elijah meet with Admiral Inokuchi. Hampton tells him the BCR wants a free state.
The meeting is ambushed by the Kenpeitai. Hampton is killed and Inokuchi is arrested for high treason. The Kempeitai begin a raid on the ghettos where the BCR are hiding.
Childan is allowed to escape. He returns home and finds his place has been ransacked and learns that the Kenpeitai are looking for him. Wyatt and Juliana, who have become an item, start planning a new offensive with resistance members.
Smith travels to the other world. He finds that the alt-Helen is still in love with him. He is overwhelmed to meet Thomas again, but Thomas accuses him of hypocrisy when he tries to convince him not to join the Marines.
He is devastated when he discovers that his best friend in the alt-world is Daniel Levine, his former comrade and friend in his own world, who he knowingly let be sent to his death, along with other Jewish US soldiers, after he joined the Nazis in Lolis Eric Elie.
Smith's 48 hours in the alt-world are nearly over. Before he leaves, he discovers that Thomas has signed up for the Marines and the war in Vietnam.
Smith returns to his own world and seeks out Abendsen to find out what the repercussions would be of him intervening in the alt-world to save Thomas.
Juliana believes that Abendsen's propaganda monologues contain hidden messages. She decides to approach Helen Smith for help in stopping Reichsmarshall Smith.
Toru Kido has taken up residence in an opium house owned by the Yakuza. Inspector Kido interrogates Admiral Inokuchi, who keeps his promise to the Crown Princess not to reveal her involvement in the covert peace talks with the BCR.
She subsequently demands his release. General Yamori places the Crown Princess under house arrest. Inokuchi is courtmarshalled and found guilty of killing Trade Minister Tagomi.
Kido watches the proceedings in silence, but intervenes just before Inokuchi is shot. He arrests General Yamori for the murder of Tagomi.
Bell Mallory starts planning new tactical operations to destroy the "crimson pipeline" that supplies oil to the JPS.
The BCR starts planting bombs along the crimson pipeline, oil tankers, and official JPS buildings. Smith's agent, Campbell, tells him that the war in Vietnam in the alt-world will be brief due to the martial and technological superiority of the USA.
Campbell is ordered to monitor Thomas in the alt-world. Himmler is back in town. She visits Helen and offers more veiled threats. Helen asked what she should do to regain the goodwill of the Reich.
Helen subsequently appears on a live TV show for housewives. She switches on the charm and her appearance is a resounding success.
Henry Iver kisses Jennifer Smith in the park. She is overheard telling him that her mother's perfect wife behavior is all an act. Childan is arrested by the Kenpeitai.
Kido wants him to provide the names of the members of the BCR. Childan reveals names, along with his racism and pro-Japanese sentiments.
Kido lets him leave. The BCR strikes causes major infrastructural damage. Bell claims responsibility in the name of the BCR and says they will not stop until they have their own homeland.
Kido admits to the Crown Princess that he does not think that the JPS is worth fighting for. Frederick E. The Japanese Emperor announces the withdrawal of his forces from the JPS.
John Smith sees an opportunity to unite the entirety of the former USA under the authority of the Reich. The BCR will govern the Pacific States independently.
Japanese citizens are being evacuated. Inokuchi wants Kido and the Kenpeitai to leave on the last ships departing for Japan. Kido sends his men home but stays behind.
Kido is kidnapped by American vigilantes but the BCR prevents the planned lynching. They unwittingly lock him up in the room he used to kill Frank Frink's sister and her children.
The Crown Princess sends Childan a letter of transit to Japan. She accepts. Hoover wants to implement universal surveillance to prevent the developing American nationalism.
Smith agrees. Abendsen's wife kills herself. He attempts to do the same. Juliana approaches Helen Smith in a department store. She tells her that Thomas is alive and Smith knows where he is.
Smith is summoned to Berlin, accompanied by Goertzmann. General Whitcroft tells Smith that Hoover is gathering information on John's family.
He suggests that North America try to break free from Berlin. Smith rejects his suggestion. Reich aircraft drop propaganda flyers over the Pacific states.
In Berlin, Smith meets General Eichmann, who makes sure he learns that he is not included in strategic discussions hosted by Reichsführer Himmler about invading the Pacific States.
Juliana dreams about a major event happening at the Nebenwelt portal. Childan is denied permission to board the ship for Japan and insists that Yukiko travel without him.
Helen finds Smith's films of Thomas and herself in the alt-world. She contacts Juliana, who tells her that she will know when Smith is planning to go to the portal because he always travels there by train.
Himmler's inner circle argues that a German should head the invasion of the Pacific States and the new North American Reich. Himmler questions Smith's true loyalties.
Hoover gives his report on the Smith family and reveals their skepticism about the Reich. In private, Himmler tells Smith he regarded him as the son he never had.
Smith tells him that he despises him and kills him in his chambers. With the support of Goertzmann, he kills the inner circle and Hoover.
Goertzmann becomes Reichsführer of all GNR states outside of North America and Smith becomes Reichsführer of an autonomous North American Reich. John Smith's family disintegrates as Amy and Jennifer, pro and anti-Nazi alike, are both sent to the Neutral Zone by Helen, who, discovering that John plans to continue extermination camps in the Pacific States, informs the Resistance of Smith's presence on a train to the Poconos base.
At the same time, Kido, with his son being threatened by the Yakuza, agrees to cooperate with them in exchange for his son's safety. As the American Reich prepares for an invasion, Helen confronts her husband on board the train to the Poconos base; he, in turn, attempts to convince Helen to adopt the Thomas from the other reality to save him from conscription and eventual death in the Vietnam War.
However, resistance members bomb the train and Helen is killed; Smith escapes alone and kills himself in the presence of Juliana.
The erstwhile invasion of the Pacific States is immediately halted by Smith's second-in-command, General Whitcroft, just as North American Reich forces are about to begin the invasion, and Whitcroft symbolically throws away his Ritterkreuz.
As Juliana arrives inside the Poconos base once again, the resistance members watch as, for unknown reasons, thousands of people begin to emerge from other worlds through the portal; Abendsen leaves through the portal for another life elsewhere.
IGN Awards . South by Southwest Awards [ citation needed ]. American Society of Cinematographers Awards . Creative Arts Emmy Awards .
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series. Outstanding Main Title Design. Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program One Hour or More.
Outstanding Special Visual Effects. Critics' Choice Television Awards . Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Monte-Carlo Television Festival [ citation needed ].
Saturn Awards . Best New Media Television Series. USC Scripter Awards . Frank Spotnitz and Philip K. Visual Effects Society Awards .
Young Artist Awards . Artios Awards . Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series One Hour. Outstanding Original Creative Achievement in Interactive Media within a Scripted Program.
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period Program One Hour or More. Lawson Deming, Cory Jamieson, Casi Blume, Nick Chamberlain, David Andrade, Bill Parker, Justin Fox, Danielle Malambri.
Costume Designers Guild Awards . Leo Awards . Location Managers Guild Awards . Saturn Awards . Location Managers Guild Awards  .
Satellite Awards . Visual Effects Society Awards . Visual Effects Society Awards . Neil Taylor, Casi Blume, Ben McDougal, Chris Kuhn for "Rocket Train".
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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Alexa Davalos Juliana Crain 40 episodes, Joel de la Fuente Inspector Kido 40 episodes, Rufus Sewell John Smith 40 episodes, Chelah Horsdal Helen Smith 35 episodes, Brennan Brown Robert Childan 34 episodes, DJ Qualls Ed McCarthy 30 episodes, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa Nobusuke Tagomi 30 episodes, Rupert Evans Frank Frink 26 episodes, Luke Kleintank Joe Blake 26 episodes, Gracyn Shinyei Amy Smith 24 episodes, Genea Charpentier Jennifer Smith 23 episodes, Arnold Chun Kotomichi 22 episodes, Quinn Lord Wyatt Price 20 episodes, Bella Heathcote Nicole Dörmer 18 episodes, Rick Worthy Edit Storyline What would it be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII, and Japan and Germany ruled the United States?
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Hohenwerfen Castle, in Austria, was used for the Führerhauptquartier Führer Headquarters , Hitler's personal castle and command center.
The castle had previously been used as a Nazi stronghold in Where Eagles Dare Goofs The city of Berlin remains named as such. In reality, Hitler hated that name, and had he won the war, the city would have been renamed "Germania".
Quotes Joe Blake : [ noticing ashes falling like snowflakes ] What is that? Nazi Police Officer : Oh, that's the hospital.
Joe Blake : The hospital? Nazi Police Officer : Yeah, Tuesdays, they burn cripples, the terminally ill. Drag on the state.
There he agrees to join Okami's crime syndicate in order to pay off his son's drug debts, even chopping off his own little finger as part of his atonement.
Of course, agreeing to join the Yakuza is something Kido considers truly shameful, but he knows it will allow his son to return home to Japan.
He's not the only one heading in that direction. Antiques dealer Robert Childan Brennan Brown gives Okami the keys to his beloved treasure-filled shop in return for a permit to travel to Japan, where he plans to meet up with his wife Yukiko.
It's a deservedly hopeful ending for a much-loved character. It's only then, in the final few minutes, that The Man In The High Castle stumbles.
Having watched Smith blow his brains out, Juliana finds her way through the mountain and to the entrance of the portal. There she's reunited with Wyatt and the Man in the High Castle himself, Hawthorne Abendsen.
Suddenly, with a flash of blue electric light, the portal cranks into life and — yes — it seems that the "something" Juliana had earlier sensed has finally arrived.
But instead of 'something' spectacular, we see an underwhelming trickle of ordinary folk from another dimension file mutely out of the portal and past our heroes, like bored shoppers wandering down Oxford Street.
Juliana's last seen holding hands with Wyatt, watching while Hawthorne shuffles off into the portal, no doubt to go searching for a living version of his dead wife.
Presumably we're meant to think Juliana's now set for a happy future with Wyatt in their native world. But, seeing as we've been told she pops up in all of Hawthorne's many mysterious, parallel dimension-portraying films a detail that's never truly explained , it feels like she's left with a lot of unfinished business.
And who could blame her if she ended up wanting to head off somewhere a little less chaotic? Despite Smith's death, the future of the American Reich clearly still hangs in the balance.
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