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* OneSceneWonder: The SOE official who identified himself as a ''rat catcher'', played by Simon McBurney. He is [[The nameless nameless]], outranks every other character in the scene, has an [[PerpetualFrowner intimidating and humourless presence]], FourEyesZeroSoul, a uniquely forceful way of speaking, and [[CrazyPrepared a Webley in his drawer]].

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* OneSceneWonder: The SOE official who identified himself as a ''rat catcher'', played by Simon McBurney. He is [[The nameless nameless]], outranks every other character in the scene, has an [[PerpetualFrowner intimidating and humourless presence]], FourEyesZeroSoul, a uniquely forceful way of speaking, and [[CrazyPrepared a Webley in his drawer]].


* AllGermansAreNazis: {{Averted}}. The German ambassador whom Max and Marianne assassinate is later said to be a dissident Hitler wanted dead. [[spoiler: Marianne herself counts, if she's a German too.]]

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* AllGermansAreNazis: {{Averted}}. The German ambassador whom Max and Marianne assassinate is later said to be a dissident Hitler wanted dead. [[spoiler: The German refugee jeweler. Marianne herself counts, if she's a German too.]]


Royal Canadian Air Force intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt) and French resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjou (Cotillard) fall in love on a mission in Casablanca and get married in London. But Marianne is accused of being a German spy impersonating Beauséjou, and Max must prove either her innocence or execute her.

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Royal Canadian Air Force intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt) and French resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjou (Cotillard) fall in love on a mission in Casablanca and get married in London. But Marianne is accused of being a German spy impersonating Beauséjou, and Max must prove either prove her innocence or execute her.


* {{Blackmail}}: Marianne says [[spoiler: she left Nazi service, but was blackmailed into working for them after she went off to England with Max. German agents were planted in the area to insure her loyalty, with the threat of killing Anna if she refused (this included one as her nanny). This seems believable]].

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* {{Blackmail}}: Marianne says [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she left Nazi service, but was blackmailed into working for them after she went off to England with Max. German agents were planted in the area to insure her loyalty, with the threat of killing Anna if she refused (this included one as her nanny). This seems believable]].



* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A French police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters. [[spoiler: It's left unclear if she was German or French-if the former it wouldn't qualify.]]

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* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A French police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's left unclear if she was German or French-if French if the former former, it wouldn't qualify.]]



* EyeScream: While trying to prove his wife's identity, Max talks to an officer who was shot down over Dieppe and smuggled back to England by Marianne, hoping he can positively identify her in her and Max's wedding photograph. He reveals his left retina is detached so all he can see is white blots, while his right eye was shot out along with part of his eye socket.

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* EyeScream: While trying to prove his wife's identity, Max talks to an officer who was shot down over Dieppe and smuggled back to England by Marianne, hoping he can positively identify her in her and Max's wedding photograph. He reveals his left retina is detached detached, so all he can see is white blots, while his right eye was shot out along with part of his eye socket.



* RiddleForTheAges: What was [[spoiler: Marianne's true nationality and name]]?

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* RiddleForTheAges: What was [[spoiler: Marianne's [[spoiler:Marianne's true nationality and name]]?


* GoodVsGood: RCAF intelligence officer against V Section trying to root out a spy

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* GoodVsGood: GoodVersusGood: RCAF intelligence officer against V Section trying to root out a spy

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* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A French police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters. [[spoiler: It's left unclear if she was German or French, so the former wouldn't qualify.]]

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* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A French police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters. [[spoiler: It's left unclear if she was German or French, so French-if the former it wouldn't qualify.]]


* AllGermansAreNazis: {{Averted}}. The German ambassador whom Max and Marianne assassinate is later said to be a dissident Hitler wanted dead. [[spoiler: Marianne herself counts, if she's a German too.]]



** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent from relatively early on. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn. This successfully misled the Germans into believing the Allies would attack Calais, not Normandy, insuring the invasion succeeded.]]

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** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent from relatively early on. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn. This successfully misled the Germans into believing the Allies would attack Calais, not Normandy, insuring the invasion succeeded.Normandy.]]


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* {{Blackmail}}: Marianne says [[spoiler: she left Nazi service, but was blackmailed into working for them after she went off to England with Max. German agents were planted in the area to insure her loyalty, with the threat of killing Anna if she refused (this included one as her nanny). This seems believable]].


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* RiddleForTheAges: What was [[spoiler: Marianne's true nationality and name]]?


Royal Canadian Air Force intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt) and French resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjou (Cotillard) fall in love on a mission in Casablanca and get married in London. But Marianne is accused of being a collaborator and German spy and Max must prove her innocence, but if he fails, he must execute her or hang for treason.

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Royal Canadian Air Force intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt) and French resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjou (Cotillard) fall in love on a mission in Casablanca and get married in London. But Marianne is accused of being a collaborator and German spy impersonating Beauséjou, and Max must prove either her innocence, but if he fails, he must innocence or execute her or hang for treason.her.



** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent from relatively early on. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn.]]

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** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent from relatively early on. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn. This successfully misled the Germans into believing the Allies would attack Calais, not Normandy, insuring the invasion succeeded.]]



* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A Vichy police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters.

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* LesCollaborateurs: Marianne is accused of working for the Nazis, with the ambassador she and Max killed in Casablanca being a dissident Hitler wanted executed anyway. [[spoiler:Turns out it's true.]] A Vichy French police officer also appears at one point, alerting the German garrison when he's held at gunpoint by resistance fighters.fighters. [[spoiler: It's left unclear if she was German or French, so the former wouldn't qualify.]]



* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler:Marianne shoots herself to get Max out of trouble out of genuine love for him and to atone for her German spy activities.]]
* EyeScream: While trying to prove his wife's identity, Max talks to an officer who was shot down over Dieppe and smuggled back to England by Marianne, hoping he can positively identify her in her and Max's wedding photograph. He reveals his left retina is detached so all he can see it white blots, while his right eye was shot out along with part of his eye socket.

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* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler:Marianne shoots herself to get Max out of trouble out of genuine love for him and to atone for her German spy espionage activities.]]
* EyeScream: While trying to prove his wife's identity, Max talks to an officer who was shot down over Dieppe and smuggled back to England by Marianne, hoping he can positively identify her in her and Max's wedding photograph. He reveals his left retina is detached so all he can see it is white blots, while his right eye was shot out along with part of his eye socket.



* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: In Casablanca, Max recognises a German officer who interrogated in him on a previous mission. He follows the officer when he makes a phone call and strangles him to death, then stuffs a piece of bread down his throat and tells a waiter it sounded like someone was choking.

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* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: In Casablanca, Max recognises recognizes a German officer who interrogated in him on a previous mission. He follows the officer when he makes a phone call and strangles him to death, then stuffs a piece of bread down his throat and tells a waiter it sounded like someone was choking.



* LaResistance: Marianne works for the French resistance. She and Max go to Casablanca to assassinate the German ambassador. Max later flies a supply plane to resistance in Dieppe, then helps them destroy a German half-track and take out a platoon.
* SecretTest: A colleague suggests to Max the accusations might be a test to run supplies to resistance on D-Day. [[spoiler:It's not.]] V Section has Max conduct one on Marianne by leaving fake information on a notepad by his bedside, so they can monitor transmissions for that information to reveal if Marianne is a spy. [[spoiler:It turns up on the known spy channels.]]

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* LaResistance: Marianne works for the French resistance. She and Max go to Casablanca to assassinate the German ambassador. Max later flies a supply plane to resistance fighters in Dieppe, Dieppe so he can question a Frenchman as to her identity, then helps them destroy a German half-track and take out a platoon.
platoon when the alarm is raised.
* SecretTest: A colleague suggests to Max the accusations might be a test to run supplies to the resistance on D-Day. [[spoiler:It's not.]] V Section has Max conduct one on Marianne by leaving fake information on a notepad by his bedside, so they can monitor transmissions for that information to reveal if Marianne is a spy. [[spoiler:It turns up on the known spy channels.]]


** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn.]]

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** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent.agent from relatively early on. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn.]]


** Max is told that if Marianne's a traitor, he'll have to execute her himself or be hanged for treason as an accomplice. If any such arrangement ever existed, it was well hidden.

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** Max is told that if Marianne's a traitor, he'll have to execute her himself or be hanged for treason as an accomplice. If any such arrangement ever existed, it was well hidden. Spies were arrested and dealt with through the regular legal system.

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** Max is told that if Marianne's a traitor, he'll have to execute her himself or be hanged for treason as an accomplice. If any such arrangement ever existed, it was well hidden.
** [[spoiler: The fact that there are two Nazi agents in Hampstead running Marianne. Though they wouldn't find out till after the war, MI5 successfully turned or imprisoned ''every single'' German agent. When it turns out she is a traitor, it would be much more likely they'd turn her or secretly FeedTheMole, especially so close to D-Day, and especially when she was clearly acting under duress and willing to turn.]]

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* WartimeWedding: Max and Marianne get married in London during the war.

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* FourEyesZeroSoul: There's a high-ranking government man in a suit and glasses, cold as ice, who tells Max that [[spoiler:Marianne may be a traitor]], that he is to not interfere, and that, if she is [[spoiler:guilty, he is to shoot her]].

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