Corrected entry: Isabelle is a professional photographer but she doesn't hold her camera correctly when she is taking pictures of the kids with Jackie. Every photographer knows that you adjust the lens with your wrist facing toward your body, not facing out.
Corrected entry: When Isabel and Luke are cooking, Anna makes three blank calls one after the other. Funnily, Isabel is always the one who picks up the phone, not Luke, who doesn't seem to be a bit interested who is calling, although, under the circumstances, it wasn't very hard to guess, and there is no reason why he wouldn't want to talk to his kids.
Corrected entry: Jackie asks Isabel to take care of the children while she (Isabel) is doing a professional photo shooting in the park where she has to concentrate on her work and not on babysitting, Ben gets predictably lost because Anna (who is surely old enough to keep an eye her little brother) falls asleep. During the reunion at the police station Jackie threatens to get a stay order to prevent Isabel ever to be alone again with her children, and spineless Luke goes along with her reasoning and later begs her on her knees not to talk to a lawyer, which she condescendingly agrees to. On the following day Jackie, for a change, forgets to pick her children up from school, Isabel jumps in, even risking her job, and pretends that she is at fault because she had forgotten that she had switched days with Jackie.
00:29:40 - 00:36:05NancyFelix
Corrected entry: The front of the hospital that Jackie goes to is shown and you can see the words York University Medical Centre, which is in Toronto, Canada. However, the movie is supposed to take place in New York.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Ben is playing on the playground and falls from the playhouse, his leg is injured and the wound is on his upper leg. But when he is lying in the hospital, there is a bandage lower than his knee and there is only one injury.
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