Bulletproof Monk

Other mistake: During the first fight scene on the bridge, you can easily tell the difference between Yun-Fat Chow and the stuntman who does his stunts. The stuntman has a small balding spot on the back of his head and Yun-Fat does not. You can see this throughout the scene whenever the camera angles change from a closeup to a wide view. (00:02:10)


Other mistake: In the scene where the monks are tied up, Chow Yung Fat is thrown into a brick wall. There is a shot of bricks falling off the wall, but if you look closely, you can tell they are brick tiles, made to look like bricks. (01:25:19)

Continuity mistake: When the monk is first teaching Kar to fight, the monk has Kar in a hold where Kar's arm is on the monk's shoulder, in the back and forth shots, Kar is holding the monk's shoulder and has his hand stretched out over the monk's shoulder. (00:53:00)

Sol Parker

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