Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the scene when Sara and Chenille are walking to the club on the sidewalk, there are two people behind them. When Chenille hands Sara her fake i.d, Sara stops and the people try to walk around them. Yet, two shots after that one, the same two people are far behind them.
Continuity mistake: When Sara first goes to the club you see many people street dancing and a lot of close-ups on other people in the club. Well at the end of the movie when Derek and Sara are dancing you can see the street dancers and all of people from the club earlier wearing the exact same things that they wore in the beginning.
Continuity mistake: When Chenille and Sara are in the clinic with the baby and they argue, Sara leaves and Chenille is looking at her. There is a close-up of Sara about to walk out the door and in the background you can see Chenille staring off into space the other way, and then a split second later there is a close-up of Chenille and now she is looking at Sara again.
Continuity mistake: When Sara first goes to school, she has to go through a security check. When she gives her bag to the security guard to be checked, the man opens all of the zips on the bag. The bag is then handed back to Sara, but when she puts the bag on her back, the zips are done up without her having time to do them up.
Continuity mistake: At the clinic, when Chenille is arguing with the woman, there's a man behind Sarah, with his arm around a boy, while another boy is standing in the corner. In the next shot, the boy in the corner is the one being held by the man, and the other boy has moved to the other side of the table next to them. (01:19:20)Kylantha
Continuity mistake: When Derek and Sara kiss each other in the flat of Sara's father, before they start to get naked, the point of view changes from behind Derek to behind Sara a couple of times. In one of the views, Derek's head is leaning to the right as he prepares to kiss Sara (and Sara's head is consequently also leaning to her right), and in the other point of view, is the other way around: both heads are leaning to the left as they approach for the kiss.