Addicted to Love

Factual error: At the start of the film, they are using an optical telescope for astronomy in daylight. This is not possible. The telescope is also far too small to be giving such a detailed picture.

Factual error: In the scene when Maggie goes to the building rooftop to set a listening device to eavesdrop on Anton and Linda, she sets up what is presented as a parabolic microphone. However, the device she sets up is actually a radio frequency (RF) micro-wave style antenna that would be used for point to point RF communication. An audio parabolic microphone would be a round, solid dish shaped design to reflect the audio waves to a highly sensitive microphone at the focal point of the dish. The RF antenna used in the film would not capture any audio.

Larry Kohut

Continuity mistake: When Matthew Broderick is watching his girlfriend on the wall with his camera, he starts painting the wall white. After he gets a good patch painted, they go in for a close-up. The close-up however is of him painting the wall from a few seconds earlier. You can tell this by his girlfriend making the same head movement, right before they cut to the close-up and the roller going in the same direction as it did before the close-up.

More mistakes in Addicted to Love

Maggie: Well, that is, without a doubt, the most pathetic thing I've ever heard.
Sam: You don't understand.
Maggie: And I don't mean that in a trivial way. I'm a photographer, I've seen a lot of things. I once took pictures of a man who ate his own legs, and you would be the black sheep of that family.

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