Tagomi enlists Kido in a deception to save Japan from destruction. As Smith's life crumbles around him, he makes a dangerously bold play to hold onto his power. Joe tries to do the right thing but suffers the ultimate betrayal. Juliana must make a heart-wrenching choice that will shape the future of the world.
Did You Know?
The song used over the end titles, 'Tomorrow Belongs To Me', was written by John Kander and Fred Ebb for the 1966 Broadway musical version of Cabaret. In the movie Cabaret (1972), it was 'sung' by an actor dressed as a member of the Hitler Youth (Oliver Collignon on-screen, but voice-dubbed by Mark Lambert). Because of this, many neo-Nazi groups, especially musicians and bands, mistake it for an original German National Socialist song. In fact, both Kander and Ebb (who died in 2004) are Jewish. See more
In the first scene John and Helen are having a conversation in a room. Suddenly a nuclear detonation is seen through the window. An uproar is heard at the same time of the initial flash, then we hear a big thunder. Even if we consider the first noise as being not the direct noise from the explosion but some secondary effect of the radiation wave (which travels at the speed of light), the main thunder comes 6 seconds after the flash, therefore the detonation must be about 2 Km (1.24 miles) away: they would have been killed almost instantly. Given the apparent distance of the mushroom, the thunder would have been delayed by 60 seconds. See more
Written by Richard Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Jeanette Olsson See more