Disclosure

Disclosure (1994)

2 mistakes - chronological order

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Continuity mistake: After Meredith Johnson is "turned down", she goes storming out of her office after Tom Sanders. She leans very far over the stair rail to yell at him. In the following shots, it alternates between Meredith standing nearly straight up and leaning way over so the camera could get a cleavage shot.

Lynette Carrington

Visible crew/equipment: After Tom gets the email that warns him that "It's not over", a woman is reflected in the glass wall in the next shot.

Bob Garvin: The Chinese say, "May you live in interesting times." Well this has been the most interesting merger since my second marriage.

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Question: Why was Meredith so enthusiastic to make Tom "lose everything"? All she wanted was for him to be transferred or quit so he didn't find out about the changes on the production line, but she is asking him to see pictures of his family and trying to send him to Austin which would be sold, instead of another place. The book even mentions that Meredith was the one who was aiming to sell Austin. Why not just transfer Tom to another place and job in Digicom?

Answer: She needs to heavily discredit him in order to cover up her own mistakes. She wants to transfer him to Austin and then sell it so she can do it quietly and without ado.

Greg Dwyer

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