Filmmaker Anne Makepeace takes us on an intimate journey through the Kafkaesque world of fertility clinics, into the home of lesbian parents, to Christmas among Utah polygamists and New England Puritans, to her brother's Appalachian farm and more.
A deadly yokai, long thought gone, reappears in the area. Natsume searches for a way to stop the beast, and meets another yokai named Sagume, who is searching for her brother. Natsume must find a way to deal with both yokai before any more damage is done.
Milind discovers Shaktar scattering gold coins that were robbed by the King. Milind imprisons Shaktar and his sons. Chanak goes out to the streets of Patliputra, urging the people of the town to revolt and fight against Dhanananda.
Dennis Hill has been breeding and selling tigers from his backyard in Flat Rock, Indiana for over 15 years. Tigers are both an occupation and an obsession for Hill - he claims to know exactly what his animals are thinking by the look in their eyes.
One day, Natsume finds a yokai named Kagejawan running
around near his home, which he soon learns means disaster is
about to strike. He then meets a yokai in the form of
an old woman, who drags him unwittingly into further trouble...
Natsume runs into an old schoolmate, who remembers Natsume's claims of being able to see things. He asks Natsume to come with him and tell him if a girl he likes is actually human. Natsume assumes she is, but later finds out that might not be true...
Jung Soo's finds out why she never heard from Mrs. Woo. Shin Hwa finally gets answers regarding the supposedly stolen bag design.
Tanuma has been possessed by a yokai searching for shards of a magical mirror. Natsume wants to help find them so the yokai will release Tanuma, but can't control his anger at her selfish actions and the danger she's put his friend in.
A legendary theatrical family gathers for one final weekend at their East Hamptons estate which economic circumstances have forced them to put on the market.
Natsume and Tanuma help Taki clean out her family's storehouse, where they awaken a sleeping yokai. Natsume has to act fast to keep his friends safe and restore Taki's house to order.
Due to the internal conflicts between bordering states of India, Alexander is marching forward. After meeting heads of various states, Acharya Vishnugupta reaches Patliputra. His eyes fill with tears as he realizes the pitiful state of India.
Vishnugupta joins a caravan advancing towards Taxila. He is asked to stay behind and accept the post of a teacher in politics. The king of Kekaya Parwateshwar has spread an elaborate spy system in Taxila. Ambhi orders Sinharan to attack Kekaya's border.
King Dhanananda, the last heir to the Nanda Dynasty, rules the throne. Supriya Devi's son Angadh has been missing for a few days. Minister Wakranas blames Shaktar when a gold coins missing from the salary of the workers in the palace.
Natsume and his friends celebrate the end of midterms with a trip out of town. While on the train, Natsume passes the town where he used to live, which causes him to reminisce about his early childhood.
Natsume unwittingly stumbles onto an injured yokai and discovers that someone has been stealing the blood of other local yokai. He doesn't want to get involved, until he discovers that the one responsible is a human...
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