PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, War
Stephen Merchant said he imagined members of the Gestapo like his character as "quite petty bureaucrats" who, prior to the war received little respect, and during the war let their power go to their heads.
What did they do?
Rosie: They did what they could.
Captain Klenzendorf asks Elsa when her borrowed passport photo was taken, she says "3 years ago, when I was 14." Asked next to provide her date of birth, she says "May 1st, 1929". This wartime scene is apparently occurring after May 2, 1946. However, moments later when the Gestapo is gone, Elsa reveals that she accidentally said the wrong birthday. Giving the wrong date of birth to the Nazi interrogators was intentionally done by the writers as a plot device.
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