Yes, we all have different minds that work in different ways.
Samsong, I respect the fact that, the way you mind works, if the movie is riveting and irresistible to the end, you don't get caught up in details that don't follow. I just seem to have one of those minds that question obvious gaps in logic, even as I'm being entertained by a great story and atmospheric movie.
This is especially true when the movie is being made by a highly-skilled director and team of writers. It's obvious, when watching "Phoenix," that Petzold and his crew are of above-average intelligence. You simply couldn't make a movie this amazing and not have tremendous smarts. That's where it galls for me, or where I don't buy any "It's just a movie" defense from the director. Because if you are obviously that smart, how could you not see this, care about it enough, and take the few extra minutes or hours with your crew to say, let's fix this, let's get it right, let's offer another piece of paper or another more plausible angle? It would not have been a big deal for smart people to change this before final cut. So I can only see it as lazy.