Edward: You can't charge me for directions.
Vivian: I can do anything I want, baby. I ain't lost.
Per Gessle (of the rock group Roxette) has said in interviews that he was asked to write a song for the film. However he didn't have the time so he gave the filmmakers an already recorded song, "It Must Have Been Love." See more...
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Continuity: When Vivian and Edward are arguing, she asks for her money, so he reaches for his wallet and takes the money out. When he drops the money on the bed, part of the money is lying on the corner of his suit jacket. After Vivian walks out, when he turns to see if she took the money, it is not lying on his jacket, but at the edge of the bed.
Continuity: When Edward picks Vivian up at the hotel for their first dinner out, he walks up to the phone bank and picks up the phone with his left hand and his briefcase is in his right hand (down at his side). When he speaks with the manager, he hangs up the phone still with his left hand and then reaches up on the counter with his right hand to get his briefcase (which he never set up there). He keeps his right arm down at his side the whole time.
Deliberate "mistake": In the hotel bar at night, when Edward is playing the piano and Vivian goes to find him, after Edward has dismissed everyone else from the room Vivian sits on top of the piano and puts her feet on the keyboard. Her feet go onto the keys in the middle of the keyboard but the sound that comes out is from the bottom and the top notes of the piano.