magic moment

In time of war in an occupied country, a partisan meets a stranger, who deeply impresses him. The stranger tells the partisan that he himself is on the side of the resistance and urges him to have faith in him no matter what happens…
Sometimes the stranger is seen helping the resistance, at other times working for the occupying forces, but the partisan keeps faith in the stranger, and does not allow anything to count decisively against the assertion that “the stranger is on our side”.

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