Bad Eggs

Bad Eggs (2003)

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Visible crew/equipment: When Ben is in the fish and chip shop and is calling Judith Lucy, when the camera pans by one of the chip heaters, a boom mic is visible bobbing around on the reflection of the glass at the top just below the silver bar.

01:05:25

Continuity mistake: As Mick Molloy and his partner chase the dead Magistrate's car through the shops you can see the night sky through the glass roof, even though seconds before you see that outside is a bright sunny day.

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Continuity mistake: Near the end where Ben and Mike are going to trade the Premier of Melbourne for Judith Lucy, for about eight minutes the sky keeps changing between overcast and sunny. This is most noticeable when Ted Pratt is talking about the exchange to Ben Kinnear.

01:08:55 - 01:24:00

Visible crew/equipment: During the office scene with the "broken down" unit, in one shot the camera does a pan past the security office windows and a crew member pushing the camera is reflected in the windows for a split second.

00:40:15

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In the DVD commentary, Tony Martin (director) reveals that all the behind-the-scenes crew had roles as extras in the movie. One dolly grip refused to be in it, but Tony got lucky, as that dolly grip was the one reflected in the security guard's windows during the computer scenes. Instead of digitally taking him out, he left it it thus justifying his rule.

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