Corrected entry: In the scene where Peter meets Lizzie for the first time in her hotel room, just after he walks in to the room, we hear the shower being turned on. Seconds later Peter walks in front of the bathroom door, you can see Lizzie standing naked in the shower. She then turns the water off (you can see she has water dripping from her shoulders) and wraps a towel round her, after a shower lasting all of a few seconds.
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Corrected entry: When Peter returns home for the first time he is seen in the kitchen with his mother and brother and they're discussing his father. When his brother Carl explains that their father is angry because their mother kissed another man, you hear Peter say "that'll do it". But his lips don't move.
Corrected entry: To win Wimbledon you have to play seven matches, but Peter did not play in seven matches. This is impossible.
Corrected entry: As Peter drives away with Lizzie after making their escape from the Slazenger party, the first long shot of the car has it driving down the right side of the road - in London, England. It's a good thing no one else is on the road. All the shots after that have it correctly placed on the left side of the road.
Corrected entry: In the tennis scene when there are fast shots of Peter and his opponent playing, the spectators on the stands move around with each shot. This is particularly visible with a spectator in around the third row with a red jacket on, who seems to move with particularly every new shot.RoyT
Corrected entry: Peter's parents live just inland from Brighton on the English south coast in the county of West Sussex. However, when they are listening to the radio, they get crystal clear reception on BBC London, whereas their local station would be Southern Counties Radio.
Corrected entry: During the final, Peter is two sets down, but about to clinch the third in a tie-break. We hear the commentators saying that if he wins the third, it will go to five sets. Seeing as Peter had lost the first two, Hammond could still win in four sets, even if Peter took the third. It would not necessarily go to five sets.
Corrected entry: Peter and Lizzie's Brighton trip lasts two nights. Because both players are still in the tournament, such a trip would be physically impossible because at a major championships like Wimbledon, men's and women's matches take place on alternate days which means that either Peter or Lizzie would miss a match.
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