Revealing mistake: In the shot of the helicopter hovering above the apartment building, the blue screen technique is needlessly revealed by the eratic and physically impossible movements of the chopper. This could have been avoided if the camera shooting the aircraft had been stationary. It appears, however, that it was a handheld shot.
Add timeJon Nicholas
Continuity mistake: When a man carrying a big block of ice passes by the sculptress's backyard, we see her cat sitting on a chair next to her as she works on her "Hunger" sculpture. Before the jump-cut, the cat is facing toward the man, and after it, it is facing away him when it gets up, turns around, and meows at him.
Factual error: Jeff has been in a cast (for a broken leg) for a seven weeks and has been in his apartment for most of that time. He tells his boss that he has one more week before the cast is removed and can then immediately go back on assignment as a photojournalist. By this time he should have been transferred to a walking cast and be using crutches instead of confined to a wheelchair, but he is still wearing a full leg cast that goes up to and around his waist.
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