Les Visiteurs

Les Visiteurs (1993)

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Continuity mistake: When Jacquouille is eating on the floor of the living room, the amount of food changes from shot to shot and when Béatrice notices the flooding, his dish is not there.

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Continuity mistake: When Béatrice is speaking to Jean-Pierre about cousin Hubert, he wears a dentist mask and gloves but the shot later he only has his gloves, and after that he has nothing.

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Other mistake: The wizard Eusaebius is searching a slug powder to make the potion. When he finds it, it's a liquid.

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Continuity mistake: The license plate of Béatrice's car changes from '8923 YB 11' to '9810 TX 60' several times in the film.


Continuity mistake: When the post truck stops because Jacquouille is in the middle of the road, it's not always at the same place.

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Continuity mistake: In the shots of Jean-Pierre's car, there are two different licence plate numbers.

Continuity mistake: When Godefroy wakes up in modern time and wants to wake up Jacquouille, his glove is on the ground. He wears it when he speaks to Jacquouille and disappears after that.

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Revealing mistake: When Godefroy first wakes up in the forest, you can see a branch on the ground next to him move where the cameraman treads on it.

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Continuity mistake: The physician puts the pills in the left pocket of Jean-Pierre's jacket. Later, when he is threatening Godefroy with the pills, he takes them from his pants.

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Continuity mistake: When Godefroy takes the meat on the barbecue, it is red but when he gives a piece to Jacquouille, it's now brown.

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Continuity mistake: When Godefroy and Jacquouille are destroying the postage truck, the pieces on the ground in front of it keeps changing place.

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Continuity mistake: When Jacquouille puts the jewels into a box in the kitchen it's raining. When he leaves it has stopped.


Question: Béatrice is speaking a peculiar French accent (copied also with another actor on Les Visiteurs II). It sounds like extreme version of Canadian or Swiss Geneva region French. Which accent is this and why was it so important to carry on tio the sequel?


Chosen answer: Valérie Lemercier's accent sounds nothing like Canadian French. It is a posh bourgeoisie accent such as would be heard in towns like Neuilly.


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