The Devil's Advocate

Revealing mistake: As Mary Ann is dying, Kevin is holding her close to him, hugging her. From the behind shot of Mary Ann, you can see, sticking out from behind the right side of her neck/hair, is a tube and the yellow packet that held the blood/pump. (01:53:00)

Luna Negra

Revealing mistake: After a day in court for Alex Cullen, all the press and media run to the phone booths. Watch the dude who runs into the second booth closest to us. He just stands there watching the action, he doesn't use the phone. (01:34:50)

Revealing mistake: After Mary Ann slices open her neck, they show a shot of Kevin looking down over her trying to hold her neck. You can see the rubber tube that spurted the blood is sticking out the gaping hole in front. (01:52:35)

Luna Negra

Revealing mistake: When Mary Ann is slicing her throat open with a piece of the mirror, you can tell it's a fake prosthetic rubber neck piece. It is darker and very wrinkled. They show a close-up of her natural neck right before which is smooth and light. (01:52:30)

Luna Negra

Revealing mistake: When Kevin is talking to the lady in the red dress out on the terrace on the 12th floor at the cocktail party, it's all too obvious the city in the background was artificial. (00:47:00)

Revealing mistake: In the scene where Kevin informs his mother about his new job in New York they drive away from each other but his mother drives off first. Watch the car, when it turns the corner it goes really slowly and you can tell it stops after it turns the corner. (00:14:10)

Revealing mistake: After a day in court for Alex Cullen, all the press and media run to the phone booths. Watch the dude who runs into the second booth closest to us. He just stands there watching the action, he doesn't use the phone. (01:34:50)

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Trivia: The scene inside the gilded apartment of real estate mogul Alexander Cullen, accused of the triple murder, was shot inside the actual Fifth Avenue apartment of real life real estate mogul Donald Trump. (From DVD director's commentary). (01:04:00)

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Question: At the end of the movie, how did Kevin's decision to not represent Getty's make him lose his case and how could he possibly be disbarred for making such a decision?

Answer: In short, a lawyer may not withdraw from a case if doing so will adversely affect the interest of client. At this point in the trial, if he withdrew, it could prejudice Getty in the eyes of the jury (i.e. they might think he's guilty because his lawyer doesn't want to defend him anymore). Source: Florida RPC 4-1.16 Declining or Terminating Representation.

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But, could his refusal to represent Getty any longer allow Getty to get him disbarred?

The State Bar Association would be the entity that would determine if Kevin will be disbarred. All Getty could do is bring grievances to the Association, but it would be a matter of public record that Kevin withdrew in the middle of trial that and it would be more likely that the Judge reports Kevin to the Bar. Getty's recourse of action would be to sue Kevin, but that wouldn't result in disbarment.

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