Approved | | Biography, Drama, War
The story of the final years of the respected World War II German general, Erwin Rommel.
Erwin Rommel was gaining his attack information from an American liaison at the British Embassy in Cairo whose messages the German secret service had decoded. He used the data from the liaison's messages to plan his attacks on the Allied troops, and in fact Adolf Hitler openly praised the fellow for giving the Germans information through his badly coded messages.
Dr. Karl Strolin:
How do you know this room isn't wired?
Field Marshal Erwin Johannes Rommel: Wired? Why should it be wired?
Dr. Karl Strolin: Does Himmler have to have a reason for wiring a room?
Field Marshal Erwin Johannes Rommel: No, I don't suppose he does. But I don't think you have to worry about this one. Why?
Dr. Karl Strolin: Because I want to talk to you without ...
In a scene between Von Runstedt and Rommel, a man seen through the window in the background does not move at all, showing that it is a painted backdrop.