Approved | | Drama, Thriller
A woman wrongfully accused of being a Nazi sympathizer is forced to move to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
"Put her into Brixton jail with all the other 18Bs", says an annoyed lady diner on seeing Sally. This references Regulation 18B of the Defence (General) Regulations 1939, which allowed for those suspected of being Nazi sympathizers to be interned; some indeed being housed in H.M.P. Brixton.
There's one thing you don't know. Not even you Colonel. Something that justified deceiving all of you. I actually heard Ribbentrop tell the Fuhrer that the British were decadent and wouldn't fight. Do you think I'd stand for that?
Lady Maitland: Not bloody likely!
At the end, Garrick mentions that the cigarette case with the swastika inside saved Sally's life when she was shot by the Nazi Orlock. However, the cigarette case does not appear to be damaged.
Opening credits prologue: SEPTEMBER, 1940.
English, French, German
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