2014 TV Series/Drama Not Rated 574 Minutes
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After the death of his wife in the World Trade Center attack of September 11, Martin Bohm (Kiefer Sutherland) embarks on a fast-paced quest to resolve the mysterious patterns of numbers - known as the "God Sequence" - repeated by his autistic son Jake (David Mazouz). In the second and final season (which The New York Times called, "considerably darker and more complex" than the first), Martin's pursuit of the truth leads him to the West Coast. There, the deepening mystery explodes into a multi-faceted conspiracy involving a cult known as the Righteous 36, the CEO of a sinister corporation (Frances Fisher), one of the company's former officers (Lukas Haas), a deranged ex-priest (Saïd Taghmaoui), and the mother (Maria Bello) of a child (Saxon Sharbino) who may prove instrumental in deciphering the code. Created by Tim Kring ("Heroes"), "Touch" combines the fast-paced thrills of "24" with a provocative mix of religious and political intrigue.
Released by Olive Films. See more credits.