Unfaithful

Factual error: After leaving Paul's apartment the first time Connie is shown running through Grand Central. She runs into a track tunnel, but the train's destination on the schedule board is displayed in blue, which indicates that the train is a Harlem line train (these headers are color-coded). However in the remainder of the film both Connie and Edward are shown getting off at a station next to the Hudson river which is served by the (of course) Hudson Line, which are displayed with green colored destinations on its schedule board. Long story short she's getting on the wrong train.

Factual error: Diane Lane makes a phone call from one of the stations in New York and only inserts a quarter. This film was shot after the charge for a public phone call was changed to 35 cents.

Factual error: The phone number Constance gives Paul has a 914 area code which is the Westchester County area code, a suburb just outside of NYC. In a later scene, we see Constance shopping at a supermarket presumably in her neighborhood as she is in the suburbs, but when she hastily decides to drive into NYC, she drives over an unknown bridge that would never take you from Westchester County to NYC.

Jeanne Perrotta

Continuity mistake: When Connie goes to the back to meet Paul in the coffee shop, there is a shopping bag in the chair next to Sally. The shot goes between her and the other two ladies talking. When the ladies at the table are taking about her getting work, there is nothing in the chair beside Sally. When the shot goes back to Connie coming back to sit down, the shopping bag is back in the chair.

Packergirl

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Connie Sumner: Edward... did you hurt him? You did, didn't you? Jesus, Edward. Talk to me. Tell me what you did.
Edward Sumner: No. You tell me what you did.

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Question: When Edward was talking to Paul, and he was sitting on the bed and said he didn't feel well and was dizzy and looked at him (conveyed a blurry vision) and he then got up and hit him, was Edward drugged by Paul?

Answer: No, Edward was simply overcome with emotion.

BaconIsMyBFF

I actually thought Edward was having a panic attack when he was sitting on the bed before he hit Paul in the head. Dizzy blurry vision breathing hard seems like a panic attack to me.

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