The story is based on the exploits to two real characters and, according to the director in interviews, his development of the narrative was influenced by the 1969 Melville film, Army of Shadows. The setting here is Copenhagen near the end of the Nazi occupation. D-Day is fast approaching when the movie begins, so the Nazis of Flame & Citron have the nastier, more panicked edge they adopted after the tide of war turned against them. Flammen (Thure Lindhardt) and Citronen (Mads Mikkelsen, the villain of the James Bond movie Casino Royale) are unlikely partners in the resistance. The former is a flame-haired youngster who kills without compunction (as long as it's not a woman) while the later is his driver, an older, nervous-seeming type who has never taken a life and is torn between his wife and daughter and his "cause." Flammen and Citronen work for Aksel Winther (Peter Mygind), who claims to get his orders from London, but his murky motives are suspect. The two men are involved in the resistance to punish Danish traitors, not to kill Germans, yet many of those on Winther's list are non-Danish Nazis. The situation is complicated by the entrance of Ketty Selmer (Stine Stengade) into the equation. She is supposedly a courier working for the resistance, but is that all she is? In true femme fatale fashion, she is not what she seems at first, or second, or even third.
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