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How appellant the idea of a multiverse where the wavefunction collapse doesn’t turn realities unreachable from the other quantum fluctuation results, in brief terms, referring to the “Many Worlds Theory” or the different view of Laura Mersini-Houghton. So the gods want, personna dream. As if the kraft happens, the series goes beyond the original work, admiringly well. The details, scenarios, characters. As a youngster I read mostly the twisted Philip K. Dick stories, those with bugs… Who knows how many, forty years ago? Not me.Heinlein or Le Guin, The Stars My Destination, the Heechee saga, Dorsai, even “old style space operas” by EE Doc Smith, Clifford Simak, to name a few, seemed to leave a clearer picture than Philip K. Dick which one must reread here and then considering the number of superb cinema and TV “Adaptations”, too much to refer or choose one as “the best”.
Not a fan of dystopian literature or ordinary TV series. But nothing of ordinary is here at play and there are Utopian undeniable traces. Art, decadence, suffering and resilience, life at its fullest. Love, and the hero within each child to crown the cake.
This work of distinguished direction, production, excellent acting and good pace, constitutes a good ensemble, rising the level and not defrauding our founded expectations. For personal reasons I usually expect the conclusion or at least two sequences and then let some distance from trailers, critics. Tasted it at a given opportunity. Better late than sorrow.
It was a pleasure to follow, in a row, three seasons of The Man in the High Castle. Congratulations to the crew.
Honored, with a bow.
# One of the best TV dramas in recent memory
First, a disclaimer: I’ve not read Dicks’ original version of The Man in the High Castle, nor do I intend to read it. I am judging the show entirely on its own merits, without any influence or critiquing related to the novel.
# On to the review!
I’m going to keep this short and simple, so you don’t have to read a shit-ton of stuff and so that I don’t write any spoilers. Here’s what you need to know:
As a sci-fi story, The Man in the High Castle falls a bit short. The showrunners tried to wrap up the sci-fi bit at the end, but they did a pretty piss-poor job. Budget cuts? Rushed delivery? Who knows? Fortunately, the sci-fi aspect of this story isn’t actually what makes it great.
What makes The Man in the High Castle great storytelling and great television is the alt-history and the in-depth character story arcs; in particular, the story of the Smiths—the highest-ranking family in the Nazis’ American Reich—is absolutely fantastic. In John and Helen Smith, we get to explore what it might have meant for regular Americans to throw their lots in with the Nazi Party had the Axis powers won WWII. Through dialogue and flashbacks, we get to see how joining the Nazi Party twisted both John and Helen into persons unrecognizable from their alt-world selves. Truly, the Smiths’ story arc was easily my favorite, and it is the backbone of the show. You will never feel sorry for John or Helen, but you will understand them—and you will feel sorry for their children.
Add to this mix some solid intrigue and action, plus a strong, capable female protagonist, and you will see why The Man in the High Castle is really good television.
Also, don’t let my initial talk of the sci-fi component scare you off. The showrunners may not have done a great job of resolving that part of the story, but the characters’ stories were all resolved to my satisfaction. (Well, with one exception, but…it didn’t ruin the show for me.)
I recommend this show highly to people who enjoy:
– Military fiction
– Historical fiction
– Alt-historical fiction
– [Light] sci-fi
– Political intrigues/dramas/thrillers
beyond impress, stayed up until 2 am on a week day…
I’m a TV show lover, but never! ever! has a series made me want to write a review. It was a cold Sunday evening… I was waiting for Sunday night football around 645pm. I decided to squeeze in the pilot. Needless to say, 7 episodes later I was still watching. The story line is incredible. The acting is great. The emotions that it brought out of me was real and raw. It made me appreciate and think differently about the word/idea/concept that we all throw around “FREEDOM.” Yes, it’s fictional, and yes it’s just a TV-show, but boy! they hit on something, at least in me. I’m beyond impress! Monday morning, coffee to the rescue!
One of the quickest falls for a promising series
First and second seasons are interesting and build intriguing story structures. The third season veers from the main story, and tries it’s best to murder its own characters without resolutions but for the most part is still watchable.
Do not even bother with the fourth season. This show couldn’t keep main actors salaries. So they killed many characters off screen or just abandoned them without a second mention. To make up for this they hired a new slew of actors and started a brand new revolution that they try to force the viewer to care about via racial politics. It may work for some viewers but in the end the dialogue is still sloppy, rushed and overall stereotypical. A series that once praised the freedom America has brought by showing what the world would look like under a truly evil rule decides to bash America instead. Maybe solely because it’s trendy in today’s television and they needed to secure viewership for the forth and final season.
Original Language en
Original Title The Man in the High Castle
Total Seasons 4
Released 15 Jan 2015
Runtime 1 hr (60 min)
Release Year 2015–2019
Genre Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Writer Frank Spotnitz
Actors Alexa Davalos, Joel de la Fuente, Rufus Sewell, Chelah Horsdal
Country USA, UK, Canada
Awards Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 8 wins & 55 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera ARRI ALEXA SXT, Arri Alexa Mini, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses (Season 1 – 4), Red Epic Dragon, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses (Pilot only)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process HDR10
Printed Film Format N/A