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A Psychologist's Thoughts on Clinical Practice, Behavior, and Life

Review of Amazon's Movie Series: "The Man in the High Castle"

If you love Dick’s novel (as I do), you’ll be initially taken aback by this series. After watching the dark, gloomy, nearly incomprehensible first episode depicting Nazis battling unknown good guys for the possession of something, I decided to ignore the rest of the series but didn’t.

This film series reflects, and differs from, Dick’s work. Many of the film’s events are absent from the book, and its spiritual elements are given such short shrift that they go unnoticed.

Now being on the sixth of ten episodes, my opinion has changed: the series is intriguing and worth viewing–but only on a sunlit day when feeling not a hint of depression.
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