New this week Other mistake: When K is shooting at the car Luv and Deckard are in, in the shot of Luv gasping and sparks flying due to the car being shot at, the co-pilot sitting on the right is shot in the head. The bullets that hit the co-pilot come in through the front windshield and the frame of the car beside it, as shown by the bullet holes made in the windshield and frame, and hit him in the side of the head. A blood splatter from where the co-pilot was shot can be seen on the windshield, but the angle of where the bullet comes in through the windshield and hits him on the head doesn't match where the blood splatters. The bullet comes in from the front of the car, hitting him on the front side of the head, but the blood splatter is seen on the windshield directly in front of him. If he has hit in the front side of the head, the blood splatter would come out through the back side of his head, and not hit the windshield. The only way the blood splatter going on the windshield could have been possible was if he was shot through the back of the head, and not through the side of the head.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Luv's car is making an abrupt landing next to the sea wall, just after the car hits the ground, Luv is shown holding onto the side of the two front driver seats with her elbows. The shot then cuts to Deckard. When the shot cuts again, Luv's elbows are now holding onto the side of the seats, but further up.
New this week Continuity mistake: After stabbing K, Luv swims back to the sinking car for Deckard. Her hair is soaking wet and covered all over her fringe. When K grabs Luv by the neck, the exterior shot shows her hair parted away from the centre of the fringe. Her hair is suddenly covered over her fringe again in the next shot.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Sapper Morton is fighting K, he pushes him into the wall, causing the wall to break and the two fall through it. The damage from the wall leaves rubble scattered on the floor around them. Sapper begins to choke K, and the rubble surrounding them changes position when the shot cuts to a closer angle of K.
New this week Continuity mistake: When K is trying to scan Sapper Morton's eye to get the serial number, K sticks his left index finger into Sapper's eyelid and his three other fingers placed on his forehead. The shot cuts to a side view where K's index finger is now on Sapper's forehead, along with the rest of his hand.
New this week Continuity mistake: When K finds the metal case in Sapper Morton's piano, after closing the piano lid, he is holding the case in his hands, with two fingers on his right hand pressed against the side of it. The shot cuts to another angle, where the two fingers on his right hand are now suddenly behind the case.
New this week Continuity mistake: When K is looking at the tree in Sapper Morton's garden, he has a cut on his eyelid. Just after K moves the soil on the root of the tree to reveal the 6 10 21 marking, the cut has disappeared. K then has a flashback to his implant memory, and the cut has suddenly reappeared.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Luv strikes Coco on the back of the neck, on the floor he is bleeding from his nostrils, a tear streak of blood is shown coming from his eye, and has blood spewing from his mouth. There is a shot of Luv for a few seconds in between these two shots, but the amount of blood that Coco is shown producing appears far too quickly for just a few seconds.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Dr. Badger is analysing the wooden horse, he begins turning the knob on the console, with two fingers turning the knob and the rest of his hand laid against the console, but from another angle, he is turning the knob with his entire hand.
New this week Continuity mistake: After analysing the wooden horse, Dr. Badger tells K he can get him a real horse, and K replies "I don't want a real horse, I just want to find out where it's from" and then looks in the direction of the horse. In the next shot, he is suddenly looking up at Dr. Badger.
New this week Continuity mistake: To analyse the wooden horse, Dr. Badger has it placed on a scanner, places a plastic container over it, lowers a console onto the container and rolls another piece of equipment up against the container. These pieces of equipment remain on the scanner, but just after K says he wants to know where the horse is from, the console has been raised to its original position, the plastic container has been removed from the scanner, and the other piece of equipment has been rolled back to its original position. The equipment could not have been moved when it was off-screen because there was there would not have been enough time in between shots.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Dr. Badger has finished analysing the wooden horse, he takes it off the scanner and holds it in both his hands, whilst still facing the scanner. The shot cuts to Dr. Badger giving the horse back to K, and he is suddenly holding the horse with one hand, and is facing K's direction.
New this week Continuity mistake: When Luv confronts Lieutenant Joshi in her office, in the shot where she switches off the computer monitors, there are a series of files on her desk in front of the monitors. There is a white file, next to it a black file, and next to that a beige file with two files under it. When Joshi stands up, the beige file and the files under it have gone and there is now a gap between the white and black files. Later on in the scene, after Luv picks up Joshi's body after stabbing her, the black file is on the left, the beige file is back and in the middle, but no files under it, and the white file is on the right.
01:38:00 - 01:40:05Casual Person
New this week Continuity mistake: When the three cars are driving through the city back to Wallace Corporation with Deckard, there is a shot shown from behind. In the shot, the car on the left is flying highest, the car on the right is flying lowest, and the car behind is flying in between the two. The shot then cuts to a wide shot, where the car on the right is now higher up than the car in the middle.
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