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Title: Atlas Shrugged: Part 2
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Atlas Shrugged: Part II (or Atlas Shrugged: Part II: The Strike is a film based on the novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. It is a sequel ...
Atlas Shrugged: Part II (or Atlas Shrugged: Part II: The Strike is a film based on the novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. It is a sequel to the 2011 film Atlas Shrugged: Part I, continuing the story where its predecessor left off. 
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Director: John Putch
Producer: Harmon Kaslow
John Aglialoro
Jeff Freilich
 Writer: Duke Sandefur
Brian Patrick O'Toole
Duncan Scott
Stars: Samantha Mathis
Jason Beghe
Esai Morales
Patrick Fabian
Kim Rhode
Release date-October 12, 2012

The film begins with a flashforward in which Dagny Taggart pilots an airplane in pursuit of another plane. Dagny asks herself, "Who is John Galt?" before crashing into a mountainside.
Eight months earlier, Dagny is trying to understand the abandoned prototype of an advanced motor she and Hank Rearden found. Quentin Daniels, the only capable scientist who has not yet joined a mysterious wave of disappearances, agrees to help her from an abandoned laboratory in Utah.
Dagny's brother James Taggart, president of the family railroad, meets store clerk Cherryl Brooks and brings her to see a pianist, who disappears during his performance, leaving a note asking, "Who is John Galt?" Later, during the wedding of James and Cherryl, Dagny's friend Francisco d'Anconia argues with other guests about whether money is evil, and secretly informs Rearden about a devastating explosion at his copper mine—the next day. Rearden spends that night with his paramour Dagny. Later, he is confronted about the affair by his wife Lillian, who refuses to grant him a divorce in order to maintain her position in society.
Rearden sells his advanced Rearden Metal to Ken Danagger's coal mining company, and refuses to sell it to the government, in defiance of the newly enacted "Fair Share" law that forces businesses to sell to all buyers. The two are charged under the law. Dagny barges into Danagger's office, realizes that he too is about to disappear, and understands that she is close to understanding the force behind the disappearances. At trial, Rearden defends the pursuit of profit and is given only a token penalty by the court when it sees that the crowd supports him. However, the government announces "Directive 10-289", which freezes employment and production, and which requires all patent rights to be gifted to the government. Bureaucrat Wesley Mouch blackmails Rearden into giving up his Rearden Metal patents, using photos of Rearden and Dagny that would damage Dagny's reputation.

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