G.I. Jane

G.I. Jane (1997)

2 factual errors - chronological order

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Factual error: When Jordan arrives at the training base, she is riding in a canvas-topped Humvee. The doors consist of a light wire frame covered by a vinyl canvas, and must be hooked shut with a plastic handle. You can see that she fails to secure the door, and it flops open behind her. Yet there is the sound effect of a full-size metal automobile door slamming shut.

Factual error: When Senator DeHaven is leaving the senate hearing that opens the movie, her limo pulls out of a stone archway and onto Constitution Ave. The building in front of the limo is the American History Museum, which makes the stone archway part of the Environmental Protection Agency building. A senate hearing on the Navy's policy toward women would not be held at the EPA. Furthermore, the limo turns left, not right, and therefore away from the direction of the capitol.

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