Alas, both the planes and the actors lack the requisite charisma, in my view.
 Of course the Hun did like and actually have big guns:
 It's not the fact of someone being tortured by an SS-Frau that's implausible. It's the pinpoint bombing. Richard Overy's Bombing War is a whopping great testament to the bloodily inefficient blunt instrument truth of bombing. And indeed, 633 squadron is based upon numerous real RAF missions, including a raid on Gestapo headquarters in Oslo, which failed to kill any Germans, but did kill or injure 80 Norwegian civilians. Take that Vidkun Quisling! And how's that for a spot of Allied morale-boosting? Ironically, despite the botched nature of the attack, it was deemed successful enough to be used to announce the arrival of the Mosquito, in spite of complaints from the Norwegian government in exile about the unfortunate 'collateral damage'.
 The Norwegian Fjord attack was a clear influence on George Lucas' Star Wars Death Star approach run scenes.