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* AluminumChristmasTrees: As silly as it may sound, many fighter planes really did feature rear view mirrors in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, for the simple and obvious benefit that they provided.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: As silly as it may sound, many fighter planes really did feature rear view mirrors were a standard feature on fighter aircraft in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII (and still are today), for the simple and obvious benefit that they provided.provided. Mirrors mounted outside of the canopy were generally replaced by mirrors inside of it as the war went on.

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* PlaneSpotting: Red Leader is flying a Supermarine Spitfire Mk IIb (standing in for the Mk I or Mk IIa, notice the elongated barrels near the fuselage, that are the Hispano Cannons, but you never hear them fire.) and The German is flying a Bf-109 (E-Variant, either E3 or E4).


A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, starring Creator/TobyKebbell and Christian Brassington. It follows a [[BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe during the Battle of Britain. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how the war will end for them...

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A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, starring Creator/TobyKebbell and Christian Brassington. It follows a [[BritsWithBattleships [[UsefulNotes/BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe during the Battle of Britain. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how the war will end for them...


A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, starring Toby Kebbell and Christian Brassington. It follows a [[BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe during the Battle of Britain. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how the war will end for them...

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A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, starring Toby Kebbell Creator/TobyKebbell and Christian Brassington. It follows a [[BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe during the Battle of Britain. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how the war will end for them...


* MoralEventHorizon: Red Leader [[spoiler: stands on the edge of it, ready to summarily execute the surrendering German pilot. Much to the German's relief, he decides to take him prisoner instead.]]


* AcePilot: Both pilots are supremely skilled, each getting the edge on the other repeatedly in a back-and-forth running battle.

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* AcePilot: AcePilot:
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Both pilots are supremely skilled, each getting the edge on the other repeatedly in a back-and-forth running battle.



* AluminumChristmasTrees: As silly as it may sound, many fighter planes really did feature rear view mirrors in WorldWarII, for the simple and obvious benefit that they provided.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: As silly as it may sound, many fighter planes really did feature rear view mirrors in WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, for the simple and obvious benefit that they provided.


A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, following a [[BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how this war will end for them...

!!The German includes examples of the following tropes:

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A 2008 Irish short film written and directed by Nick Ryan, following starring Toby Kebbell and Christian Brassington. It follows a [[BritsWithBattleships Royal Air Force]] fighter pilot during a tense air to air duel with a German foe. foe during the Battle of Britain. Locked in a fight to the death, neither pilot knows how this the war will end for them...

!!The German includes examples of the following tropes:
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!!''The German'' includes examples of the following tropes:


->'' A British fighter pilot pursues the German ace that shot down his friend [[{{Determinator}} across sky and country]]... with [[{{Revenge}} murder in mind]]. But he discovers it's not so easy to kill a man [[FacelessGoons when you have to look them in the eye.]]''

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->'' A ->''"A British fighter pilot pursues the German ace that shot down his friend [[{{Determinator}} across sky and country]]... with [[{{Revenge}} murder in mind]]. But he discovers it's not so easy to kill a man [[FacelessGoons when you have to look them in the eye.]]''
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* WorldWarII: It's unclear exactly when during the war the film takes place, but it's likely during the Battle of Britain.

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* WorldWarII: It's unclear exactly when during the war the film takes place, but it's likely during the Battle of Britain.----


* PlaneSpotting: Red Leader is flying an early model Supermarine Spitfire (with the eight light machine guns) and The German is flying a Bf-109 (probably also early model, due to the lack of the gondola-mounted cannons.

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* PlaneSpotting: Red Leader is flying an early model a Supermarine Spitfire (with Mk IIb (standing in for the eight light machine guns) Mk I or Mk IIa, notice the elongated barrels near the fuselage, that are the Hispano Cannons, but you never hear them fire.) and The German is flying a Bf-109 (probably also early model, due to the lack of the gondola-mounted cannons.(E-Variant, either E3 or E4).


-->'''Father:''' [[spoiler: Welcome to Ireland.]]
* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre: [[spoiler: "Welcome to Ireland."]]

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-->'''Father:''' [[spoiler: Welcome to Ireland.Ireland, gentlemen.]]
* WhereDoYouThinkYouAre: [[spoiler: "Welcome to Ireland.Ireland, gentlemen."]]


** Ironically, Red Leader's NoseArt indicates that he has been credited with four kills. One short of what is needed to be an Ace.

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** Ironically, Red Leader's NoseArt indicates that he has been credited with four kills. One short and a half kills, just shy of what is the five needed to be an Ace.Ace (and he splashes his fifth early in the dogfight).


* Determinator: Red Leader, by far.

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* Determinator: {{Determinator}}: Red Leader, by far.


''->A British fighter pilot pursues the German ace that shot down his friend [[{{Determinator}} across sky and country]]... with [[{{Revenge}} murder in mind]]. But he discovers it's not so easy to kill a man [[FacelessGoons when you have to look them in the eye.]]''

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''->A ->'' A British fighter pilot pursues the German ace that shot down his friend [[{{Determinator}} across sky and country]]... with [[{{Revenge}} murder in mind]]. But he discovers it's not so easy to kill a man [[FacelessGoons when you have to look them in the eye.]]''


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* RealityHasNoSubtitles: All of The German's dialogue is untranslated.

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