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The moment in the film when the rest of the cast realizes in no uncertain terms both what is to happen and the real nature of Reinhard Heydrich qualifies as a micro-one:
Heydrich: Dead men don't hump, dead women don't get pregnant. Death is the most reliable form of sterilization - put it that way.
Kritzinger provides an in-universe example, as he realizes that they have crossed the horizon as the attendees are departing the conference.
Nightmare Fuel: Heydrich. While the film works to portray him accurately, that only makes him even more frightening. He's holding this entire meeting with the plan to kill millions of people, he has a plan for the killing, and he's PROUD of his plan. He outright brags about how many Jews his camps will kill on a daily basis like he's bragging about it like production from a factory.