In fact, other black and white films of Nazi subjects frequently have this noir-cinematographic connection, and we sometimes are veering off into spy films in the process. The book by Wesley Alan Britton "Onscreen and Undercover: The Ultimate Book of Movie Espionage" mentions a great many such films. There is a chapter on Film Nazis from the 1930s to 2005, and of course quite a few classic noirs fall into this category too.
None Shall Escape (1944); Die Letzte Akt (1955); Canaris (1954); Es Geschah am 20 Juli (1955); Hangmen Also Die (1943); Escape in the Desert (1945); The Stranger; 13 Rue Madeleine; House on 92nd Street; O.S.S.; Count Five and Die; Five Fingers; I Was Monty's Double; Berlin Express; Crossfire; Arch of Triumph; Paris After Dark; Joan of Paris; Notorious; Saboteur; Gilda; Cornered; The Devil Makes Three; Sealed Cargo.
The IMDb reviews are very interesting on Edge of Darkness, and especially the vote scores of how many people find a review useful or not. Most every review has something useful and accurate to say, but those that make perfectly valid criticisms are denigrated in the "Useful" polling. Harry-76 got only 3 out of 9 after noting the technical proficiency aspects but going on to criticize the imbalance and the exploitation of effects and not causes. Drystyx got only 2 out of 7; this review criticized the character development: "It is one of the worst examples of character writing you will ever find. It is the opposite of what most writers want to do. It has usually been cool to take what appear to be one dimensional characters and evolve them into multiple dimensions. The screen writer here does the opposite. Some start by seeming to be believable, but devolve into pitiful one dimensional clichés."
Here's a perfectly accurate review that got 0 out of 3 votes for useful:
"This is one of those heart-stirring war movies about ordinary citizens brutalized by arrogant, violent invaders. Rising up against their oppressors, knowing that it will mean death for many, the common folk achieve moral victory in the end. Who can belittle a theme like that? There are moments where the courage and determination of the common heroes can evoke a tear or give you a lump in your throat, and the sense of triumph at the end is uplifting. Having acknowledged all that, it has to be pointed out for the sake of newcomers to the film that the film is also unabashed melodrama, in which everything is black and white with no greys, where everything is just a little too much--too much nobility and self-sacrifice on one side, too much cruelty and inhumanity on the other, too many fine speeches, too many tear-jerking moments, too many scenes with the sole purpose of playing on the viewer's heartstrings. If you're prepared for the melodrama and not expecting anything too close to the complex reality of actual people and actual situations, you can enjoy this movie."
The overall IMDb vote tally score is typically quite sound within genres and groups, but not in making cross-comparisons among groups. The vote tally on "useful" is much more unstable. It can be very accurate on some reviews and wildly inaccurate on others, in which people are not judging usefulness but whether or not the reviewer's rating matched their own opinion.