Trivia: Nine-one-one (written "911") is used exclusively for the emergency telephone number in the U.S. (Nine-eleven might be used more often in England.) In the case of "nine-eleven", a slash is used to show the separation of the numbers (9/11), which then dictates its pronunciation and distinguishes it (date of terrorist attacks) from the emergency 9-1-1 number.
Continuity mistake: In the opening scene, there are spectators and the camera zooms in on a man and woman with a Rottweiler standing next to the woman. There is a glimpse of two people past the dog. The camera briefly shifts to show a woman (Sonny) walking toward the front door, then returns to the spectators. The Rottweiler (presumably the same dog) is now standing near the left side of a different man (and is not next to the woman). (00:02:02)
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