In the event you haven't seen this movie (or Casablanca), here's the synopsis.
In the not too distant future, America is embroiled in the second world war - what it was about, apparently none of our business. What does matter is that there's a new style of government called the American Congress and they like to dress like Nazis. Our story is set in Steel Harbor, a city that's free yet, imprisoned with crime and home to our heroine, Barb. Barbara Karpinski if you happened to know her before the war, that is. She owns a nightclub, but acts as a bounty hunter during the day to pay the bills. Despite these two professions, she takes no sides and shows no emotions (which may or may not have been a acting limitation as opposed to a character choice).
And in true Casablanca form, a ex boyfriend wants her help to get out of town. Because we've all seen Casablanca, we know she does.
One common thing I find in a lot of these movies is that they're mostly shot in darkness, either inside or outside. So shady interiors....
Or deep dark night....
Remember the time Tobias from Arrested Development decided to pursue a career as a leather daddy?
"Hey Barb, the resistance is getting shut down by fake Nazis."
I'd be cheating everyone if I didn't address this character:
Therefore, he has been cleverly named Big Fatso.
What's Ron Howard's brother doing in this movie? Does it matter?