Snatch

Revealing mistake: In the first 'LONDON' scene Turkish discovers Tommy has a gun. Turkish has a bottle of milk in his right hand and when they're talking about the gun, Turkish reaches for it. If you watch carefully here, he subtly passes the bottle off screen to someone so he can use both hands when handling the gun.

Revealing mistake: When Bullet-tooth Tony fires his Desert Eagle into the wall of the pub to hit the guys in the adjacent hallway, note how his pistol has no recoil or "kick" whatsoever. The .50 caliber Desert Eagle has a violent recoil and the absence of it reveals that he is firing blanks.

Revealing mistake: During Cousin Avi's 'travel sequence' there's a quick shot of him downing some medication with a drink (it occurs right before the shot of the Concord screaming towards the camera). If you look closely it's clear the glass he's drinking from is empty.

Revealing mistake: When Bullet Tooth Tony shoots Boris the Blade in the pub, the prop gun misfires on the second shot - there is no flash but we hear two shots and something falls out of the barrel revealing it to be a prop gun.

Continuity mistake: When Sol, Vinnie and Tyrone are stopped at the fuel station the dog in the back is wearing a studded collar in one scene and in the next scene where Tyrone crashes the car the dog is wearing a chain collar.

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Trivia: Brad Pitt almost turned down the role of Mickey O'Neil in this movie as director Guy Ritchie informed him that he would be playing a boxer, and feared being typecast as he had already played the same role in Fight Club (1999). Pitt took up the role anyway, as he desperately wanted to work with Ritchie.

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Question: Turkish is always going on about ''Ze German's''. Is he referring to the War?

Answer: Basically, yes. He says it once when he discovers Tommy is carrying a handgun, which are not at all common in England, where they are outlawed. More the kind of thing a Brit would expect from a war-hungry Nazi. Later on he refers to it again just to mess with Tommy.

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