Frailty (2001)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Adam and his father are in the shed, after the father killed the sheriff, dad is seen wiping the blood off the blade. There is still some blood left on the blade as he moves forward to hang it up. When he does hang it up, the camera switches to a new shot and the blood that was left is now gone.

Correction: First, that's FENTON with his fater, NOT Adam. Second, it's dimly lit and there are many shadows...too hard to say the blood is gone, not just obscured.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: When Fenton digs the hole for the cellar, what does he do with all that dirt that was piled up around the hole. All of a sudden it's not there.

Correction: A hole that large would require you to move the dirt away from the site periodically. Otherwise you'd have an 8 foot hole with an 8 foot pile of dirt next to it.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: In the scene when Adam kills his brother at the typewriter, his brother is seen drinking straight out of a liquor bottle but when Adam goes to kill him, the bottle is sitting on the desk with the lid on.


Correction: Both scenes are flashbacks and the first one is the one Adam made up to fool the FBI agent. There are a great many differences between them.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: When the son kills the dad with the axe, he's seen swinging the axe at his belt level but then the dad is seen with the axe sticking out of his chest at an angle which could have only been done by someone taller than him.


Correction: Actually, the father is kneeling down. So when Fenton swings the axe, it is natural that it would hit the dad in the chest.

Dad: You did good today, kiddo.

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