Aron Ralston: Hey there, Aron! Is it true that you didn't tell anyone where you were going?
In the scene where Aron finds the family who help him, there is a shot of a shadow of Aron with his arm raised in the air. The arm raised is on his left side. For this to be correct, the shadow would have to be cast in front of Aron. However, in the very next shot, Aron's face is lit by the sun, so any shadow would have to be cast behind him. This is contradictory. See more...
Terry S. Mercer, the helicopter pilot that rescues Aron at the end of the film, is the actual pilot that rescued the real Aron Ralston. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Original entry||Aron is taping himself while explaining how he failed to cut his arm. From his POV the rope in front of the camera is falling diagonally away from the lens. From the opposite angle the rope is falling straight parallel to the camera.|