Gia

Continuity mistake: In the love scene with Gia and Linda you can see a band-aid on Gia's middle finger on her left hand twice but the third time you see her left hand it's gone.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Gia tells her mother to get out of the apartment, Gia's mother sets her luggage down in front of the elevator and presses the button. The next shot shows a close-up of Gia crying, then the camera goes back to Gia's mother in front of the elevator again, only this time her luggage is in a completely different position. It doesn't seem possible that Gia's mother would have had time to rearrange her luggage in such a short amount of time. (00:45:50)

Continuity mistake: When Gia carves her name in the receptionist's desk, the G changes from one shot to the next.

Continuity mistake: When we see young Gia writing in her journal she is right handed. Angelina Jolie writes with her left hand later on in the film.

Continuity mistake: When Gia's mom is leaving the apartment Gia starts crying telling her to stay so her mom hugs her. The camera angle from the back shows the mom's hand near the center of her back at the bottom of Gia's neck. The camera angle from the front shows her mom's hand on her shoulder. This happens about 3 times during the entire scene.

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Other mistake: In the opening credits, they are putting make-up on Gia who we later find out is dead. They show a close-up of Angelina Jolie's eyes and her lids are shaking because she is trying to keep them open.

Gia Carangi: I could learn photography. That could be something to want. I could photograph children. I could have my own children. I would give them yellow roses. And if they got too loud, I would just put them some place quiet. Put them in the oven. And I would kiss them every day, and tell them you don't have to be anybody, because I would know that being somebody doesn't make you anybody anyway.
Wilhemina Cooper: You will always be somebody to me.

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Trivia: Gia (full name Gia Marie Carangi) is considered in the model world as the first American supermodel.

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