Film: Night Train to Munich

1940 British thriller about Nazis, spies, and a Nazi spy.

This film contains examples the following tropes:

  • Cannot Convey Sarcasm: Invoked. When Schwab says, "This is a fine country to live in!" he gets in trouble for treason. He weasels out by saying that he actually said, "This is a fine country to live in!" He is advised against making statements that could be construed two ways in the future.
  • Comically Missing the Point: When a British man visiting Germany is informed that the news stand doesn't sell British magazines, he says, "Sold out, I suppose?"