Taking Lives
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Continuity mistake: Keifer initially grabs Ethan's neck with his right hand and pins him up against the wall with it, but for the rest of the scene he's using his left. (01:08:50)

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Continuity mistake: When Angelina goes to the scene of the murder witnessed by Ethan, she is seen sitting on the footpath. At the start she has a pad on her left knee and a pen in her left hand. However as the scene progresses, it disappears and reappears several times. (00:23:35)

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Visible crew/equipment: At the very beginning after the white van hits Matt, there is a crew member behind a hay stack. (00:05:50)

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Factual error: In the scene in Costa's apartment after the failed baiting ploy, Costa describes himself as a loner who "bought a gun for a false sense of security", appeared to have had it with him during the evening, and gave the impression that he bought it after he witnessed the murder. Although IlIeana mightn't know, the Montreal police in the room might (should) have wondered about this. Even if legal, it is very difficult to acquire a restricted weapon (handgun) in Canada, the process taking one month to as many as six or more for clearance and permits, let alone courses and examinations. In addition, concealed carry of a weapon is prohibited for civilians. (01:00:25)

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Paquette: What kind of gun did he have?
Costa: He had the kind that leaves really big holes in people.

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Trivia: Even though he shares top billing with Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland is on screen for less than three minutes.

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