In the bar scene where the Gestapo officer is trying to catch out the British spy, wouldn’t the fact they’re sitting with a convicted German traitor be a bigger give-away? And the other Germans! How come they don’t recognise the most widely-publicised face in all of the Third Reich?! ???
Maybe Nazi’s were stupid.
I concur. Stiglitz killed important members of the Gestapo, and the fact that he was in the presence of a very intelligent and important Third Reich member in the scene, it just doesn’t seem right.
Oh well, still a good film. :-</E>
Meh, PF, JB and KB are better
[quote=“Ify”]Meh, PF, JB and KB are better [/quote]
Jackie Brown for sure ;D
Maybe the fact they’re in France has something to do with it.
That is hardly a plot hole, I mean if we’re going to get picky here, you can find plot holes in Citizen Kane and every other film. What film is perfect of plot holes and even so, if you know anything about John Dillinger, it is said that he walked into a police station and no one recognized him. So it is feasible that the Gestapo officer did not recognize him at all.