Corrected entry: The beginning of the film is set in the 1970s. When the narrator says that Amelie's mom likes watching figure skating costumes on TV, a clip is shown of Rudy Galindo, a 1990s American skater.
Corrected entry: When Amelie records the Tour de France, she presses a button in the middle of the controller. I have that video and the record button is at the bottom of the controller.
Corrected entry: When Amelie finds Nino's album, it's in a bag belonging to his motorbike. Nino drops the bag from his motorbike. But when Amelie returns the album she only returns the album, not the bag, and he then has two bags on his bike again. Did Amelie keep Nino's bag? And if so, why? How did Nino get his bag back?
Corrected entry: After getting the name of the box's owner, Amelie takes the metro. She gets off a train at one platform and goes to another where she sees a blind man with a phonograph player. A shot reveals the name of the station-Abbesses. That particular station has only one metro line serving it.
Corrected entry: The mystery man in the photos turns out to be a repairman, but surely he can't be the only photo booth repairman in all of Paris? If he isn't, why is he the only one whose pictures reappear so often?
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