Corrected entry: Near the end Broken Sword presents Nameless with his sword and two words of calligraphy. During this scene the wind acts very strangely. It's always blowing Nameless' hair and clothes to his right, but it also blows Broken Sword's hair to his right. Since they're facing each other, that's two opposite directions. When Moon asks Nameless to consider Broken Sword's advice, the wind is still, but it is still blowing strongly on Nameless. This phenomenon may have a thematic interpretation. (01:14:25 - 01:15:05)Phoenix
Corrected entry: After Sky uncovers his spear and begins fighting with Nameless, you see the old man covering up his musical instrument with a cloth before getting up and leaving. But when Nameless stops and asks him to play another tune, you see that the instrument is no longer covered when he puts it back on his knees. (00:11:30 - 00:12:15)
Corrected entry: At the end of the film, we see Nameless' body being borne on a bier, covered by a red cloth. His body, covered by the cloth, looks relatively intact. Given that he died by being pincushioned with arrows, wouldn't he resemble either a porcupine full of arrows or a bloody mess from where the arrows were removed?Moose
Corrected entry: According to the words at the end of the movie, this story took place about two thousand years ago. Mandarin Chinese has been around for about 700-800 years, and Cantonese has been around for a little over two thousand. So the movie should have been scripted in Cantonese Chinese instead of Mandarin Chinese.
Corrected entry: Before the first fight sequence, Jet Li faces off with Donnie Yen in the rain drenched chess courtyard. After Yen accepted the challenge, Li jump started off into the air with his left foot fully extended, which could only mean that when he lands, it would be the left foot. The next close-up shot revealed a right foot hitting the pool of water in the rain soaked floor, instead. (00:10:00)