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60 minutes

A glimpse into an alternate history of North America: what life after WWII may have been like if the Nazis had won the war. The Man in the High Castle explores daily life in 1962, fourteen years after the end of a longer Second World War (1939–1948 in this history). The victorious Axis Powers - Imperial Japan, Fascist Italy, and Nazi Germany - are conducting intrigues against each other in North America, specifically in the former U.S., which surrendered to them once they had conquered Eurasia and destroyed the populaces of Africa.
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"The Man in the High Castle" is good enough to make me want to read the book. It is atmospheric, capturing a nightmarish version of America. (I believe we could STILL end up somewhere like this if we don't watch out, which makes this one of the scariest things I've seen on TV in a long time.)
The acting is very good, Rufus Sewell as the evil Obergruppenführer is fantastic.


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