The Black Knight said:kaotic said:Roosh said:**** SPOILER BELOW ****
So after watching the ten episodes, is it safe to conclude that Hitler in the man in the high castle, and the resistance is controlled by him?
I finished the series over Thanksgiving.
That exactly what I got out of it - I was kind of cheering for Hitler at the end. I was also cheering for Smith.
Joe's kind of in a fucked place and so is Frank's friend Ed, poor bastard took the fall for his best friend.
I just wonder why the last film was different - how could of someone made that ?
What was up with Tagomi meditating into an American SF ? Did he kill himself or was he really just imagining what America would be like ?
Overall I enjoyed the series, I'd like to see another season of it.
I kind of hate it didn't have any finalized conclusion - but they left it open for an additional series.
I think Tagomi simply went to an alternate (our) timeline; it's highly suggestive he has done it before.
1. He is VERY adamant about peace (cause he has seen it in the alternate timeline)
2. His assistant is from Nagasaki and has burn marks on his forearm; which strongly suggests that the assistant was in our timeline during the atomic bombing but has followed Togomi back somehow to the show's main timeline.
My guess is that Hitler found a way to send information back to himself (the tapes) and therefore, is always able to stay two steps ahead of everyone and always choose the correct path (it why he has a mass collection of tapes; it's every possible timeline outcome). How this is done exactly is obviously unknown and is the real mystery.
It also suggested that Jules possess the time-travel gene; Tagomi fiddling with the heart jewelry frequently and Jules "feeling" about Joe at the end indicate this.
Still a lot of gaps to fill but I like the show. The acting of the main leads (Joe and Jules) could be a better, the show could have better pacing, but it's an interesting show.
Holy shit I didn't realized that.