The Bridges of Madison County

The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

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Corrected entry: When Meryl Streep opens the letter from the lawyer, she removes the cross from the envelope twice.

Correction: She doesn't remove it twice. She takes it out and keeps it tucked in her palm while looking at Robert's book, then removes her glasses. When she goes to put her glasses back on, the envelope is still in her hand, tipping downward. She slightly shakes the glasses once to flip open one arm that is folded down so she can put them back on, although it looks like she's shaking something out of the envelope, but she is not. The cross is still in her hand the entire time.

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Corrected entry: Clint Eastwood places his film stock in the refrigerator 39 minutes in. The film rolls come in shrink-wrapped cases - technology not used in the 50's.

Correction: The love affair is set in 1965, not the "50's"

Brenda Elzin

Continuity mistake: Driving to the bridge the landscape (a farm with a red and a yellow house) in the background (behind Meryl Streep) is seen twice. And many of the houses seen through Meryl's truck window are modern, not old farm houses. (00:21:35 - 00:22:45)

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