The Odyssey

Continuity mistake: When Odysseus is telling Calypso about his scar, he rises from the water. In one shot his head is down and his arm is lowered. In the next, his head is up and his arm is raised.

Continuity mistake: The blood on the face of the little boy at Troy changes constantly throughout the many shots of him.

Continuity mistake: When the Trojan Horse was being inspected by King Priam and his men for the first time, why didn't he see the Greek soldiers hiding inside? There were plenty of large gaps between the planks used to construct the horse.

Athena: The gods cannot do for man what man must do for himself.

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Trivia: The makers placed an animatronic head over a sumo wrestler's body to create the cyclops.

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Question: At the beginning of the movie, when the men are boarding the ship, a line of sailors are marching single file, nodding their heads up and down and chanting "Ahh-ah, ah-ooh" repeatedly. What are they doing this for?

Answer: It's a marching chant, sort of like an ancient version of the marching music we have now.

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