Best romance movie other mistakes of 1999
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Other mistake: During the scene where the Japanese are being rounded up and taken to the internment camp, the camera is panning over the crowds of people walking down the street. Half way through this scene, there is a woman and a little girl, who seems to be carrying a stuffed Elmo, hardly appropriate for the time period.
Other mistake: In the opening scene where Jim is watching the encoded TV and his mom comes in to say goodnight, after she kisses him if you look in the cracks of the shades it is light outside. It's day, not night. (00:01:07)
Other mistake: In the scene where Fanny Price is caught in the rain, she drops apples from her basket. When she is collecting them from the ground she puts the apples back in the basket, except sometimes she doesn't actually pick up an apple. Clearly, she only pretends to put apples back.
Other mistake: It's after he proposes to Zoe, when they're in the limo and Milo is driving. He's talking and driving, but if you look through the window, the scenery in the background is clearly not changing.
Other mistake: When "Dutch" uses the call return feature after George Beaufort left the harassing message on his answering machine, he dials #69 on his phone. The actual number for call return is *69. (01:11:15)
Other mistake: When Kate is trying to fix the laundry machine from overflowing bubbles, Ben calls her to tell her they are knocking down their old apartment. The phone rings and she picks up a cordless phone from the counter and starts talking without turning it on.
Other mistake: When Neve is about to whisper a secret to Matthew, if you put on the highest sound just before and listen carefully you hear that she is just babbling something.
Other mistake: The two cappucinos that Will brings back to the bookshop, which are then consumed during conversation, are obviously empty cups. The supposedly hot drinks are gone within seconds with no residue on the drinkers' faces.
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