Corrected entry: After the flower shop scene with Clarissa we see Virginia writing. Although for the better part of the movie the make-up artists have done a fairly good job on Nicole Kidman's nose enlargement, the waxy whiteness of her nose makes it strangely obvious in this scene.
Corrected entry: When Laura comes to pick up Richie from Mrs. Latch's we see him standing at the window, shouting "Mommy. Mommy.", with both hands touching the glass at the same level. When the old Richard remembers the scene a bit later into the movie, Richie has one hand high up and the other one down, while his voice sounds the same.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie, in the scene where Virginia Woolf is going to the river, she puts a rock in a pocket of her coat. But when she walks into the river, her coat actually floats.
Corrected entry: Right at the beginning of the film, when Woolf drowns herself and her body is seen floating underwater there is a shot of her shoeless. A second later her shoes are back on again, so she can 'poetically' lose them as she's dragged by the river's waters.
Corrected entry: In the middle of the movie, Mr Woolf enters the house only to find that Virginia has gone out. He removes his boots upon entering, but they are still on his feet when he runs out the door.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Virginia and Leonard are at the Richmond train station, Leonard's tie keeps changing position during the scene. The entire time he's standing talking to Virginia, his tie goes from skewed to the right side to being straight, and back and forth. The button second from the top on his shirt is also undone. When the two are sitting on the bench at the end of the scene, his tie is straight and the previously undone button is now buttoned.