Jesus

Continuity mistake: Go to the scene where the crowd is going to Golgaltha, along with the soldiers and Jesus. After they have taken off Jesus' clothes, and have tied him to the cross, they show a close-up of one of Jesus' hands, with a nail on-top, held by a soldier. Look closely - it's his left hand. Then the camera zooms out, and you can see the whole body of Jesus, and the soldier drives the nail into his right hand. Look at his left, and no nail is in it.

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Continuity mistake: A lady runs to Jesus saying, "Bless my daughter, she's possessed with the devil", or something like that, she runs to Jesus, falls and then rises again. When Jesus is saying, "you have great faith", you have a shot seeing Jesus' face and you see that his hands are holding her ears. In the next shot, when you see the woman, you see his hands are down. This happens repeatedly in this scene.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Jesus feeds the multitude, Jesus holds the two baskets with his hands under them, the next immediate shot shows Jesus holding the baskets by gripping the sides.

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Go to the scene where the crowd is going to Golgaltha, along with the soldiers and Jesus. After they have taken off Jesus' clothes, and have tied him to the cross, they show a close-up of one of Jesus' hands, with a nail on-top, held by a soldier. Look closely - it's his left hand. Then the camera zooms out, and you can see the whole body of Jesus, and the soldier drives the nail into his right hand. Look at his left, and no nail is in it.

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