1917

1917 (2019)

3 mistakes since 15 Dec '19, 00:00

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New today Factual error: When Dean-Charles Chapman (Blake) salutes Colin Firth, his sleeve slides back and you see a gold chain with a clasp. Pretty sure, but not an expert, that men didn't wear those back then.

John Dykeman
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New today Suggested correction: British soldiers wore an ID tag on a chain bracelet on their wrists.

New today Only Belgian and French troops had identity bracelets. British troops had standard dog tags on a leather thong around their necks.

New this week Revealing mistake: When one character floats downriver and eventually comes to a literal log-jam and swims/climbs over some corpses, there is one 'body' in particular that is obviously plastic/inflatable.

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New this week Suggested correction: None of the props were plastic. That's what a bloated corpse looks like.

New this month Factual error: The event starts on April 6th, 1917. While the cherry trees are blooming, all the other foliage looks to be in full summer bloom.

Georgia Boy

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