I also would suggest that "trapped by past events" is more significant in terms of the characters given the context. The "past event" is the rise of the Nazi state, which imperiled dissenters during the early (pre-WWII) years in a significant way (though clearly this was subsequently dwarfed by the Final Solution). I would make it 6 out of 10.
I would also up "false accusation" to 5/5. This is one of those elements that is (to me) rather binary in nature: if it happens at all, it's a 5, and there are really no gradations here. A few more of the elements tend to work like this (only a few, though: I will get back to that at a later point in time).
All of these (subjective) adjustments don't affect the final score much--we go up to 88 (+1). What's also worth looking at are the average scores by element type:
Character elements: 32 out of 60 (5.3/10)
Visual elements: 34 out of 75 (4.5/10)
Plot/screenwriting elements: 22 of 65 (3.4/10)
These results correspond with the generalizations in the earlier post about the element type scores that tend to occur in spy noirs released before or within 12-18 months after America's entry into WWII.