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Alfred

At 1:49:03: In 1941, the misnomer "font" had not yet replaced the word the vet would have used, "typeface", which is the proper word. Shows how pernicious these linguistic vulgarities are. Later, Jones' character tells the two assassins to "lay [sic] low", as if they are chickens about to lay ...Read more

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Alan

Good war movie, unfamiliar story. Only complaint: everyone speaking English with Czech accents made some of the dialog difficult to catch.

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Alfred

Turn on the subtitles.
They're all Czechs, so why speak with absurd accents?

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Matthew

Very good film. Don't know why I never heard of it until seeing it here.

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Vamshi

Nice movie. Worth watching

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