Session 9

Session 9 (2001)

2 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: If the team have only 9 days to complete the job then why are they always taking breaks?

Correction: This isn't a plot hole, the breaks are an intentional aspect of the movie. The men are stressed, more focused on other things (Mike) or don't really care about the job and disappear as soon as there's another option. (Phil).

Corrected entry: In the scene where Hank discovers the "treasure" in the crematorium, he finds several objects wrapped in small bags or with paper labels on them. Considering all the objects are items of jewellery or other personal effects from people who've been cremated, these tags and bags should have been burnt to ash, much like the ash that spills out as he searches.

Correction: This is not a mistake, as mentioned in the director's commentary, they say its not a crematorium where the items are hidden. It is in fact a heating vent that somebody who worked in the morgue had used to hide these items away in, therefore they would not have burned at all.

Continuity mistake: When Gordon is remembering the day he went home and his wife spilled the hot water on him, it shows Gordon in the van watching his wife and daughter walk into the house. They disappear around the corner, but in the next shot of the house his wife and daughter are walking into the house again.

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Henry: So, the loonies are out in the real world, and here we are with the keys to the loony bin, boys.

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Trivia: The movie was filmed on Sony High Definition camcorders as opposed to traditional 16 or 35mm film. The camcorders used were among the first to offer the cinema standard 24 frames-per-second as an option (as compared to the home-video standard of 30fps) which helped make the image look closer to cinema-quality. The movie was one of the first mainstream films shot primarily on digital video.

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