Saw II

Other mistake: The drip-meter that is supposed to administer Jigsaw's medication is not turned on. Anyone who has spent time in a hospital and seen one for real knows that a lot of numbers are shown on the displays when it is running to show medication status.

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Other mistake: In the crematorium trap, near the end of the scene where the doomed character dies, his jeans should be entirely burnt due to the flames, yet they are not.This was corrected however i have personally tested it. For the amount of time that this character was in flames his jeans would have turned black from the soot created when jeans burn. Test it yourself.

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Jigsaw: Oh yes...there will be blood.

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Mistakes

When Amanda and Daniel entered the bathroom from 'Saw', Adam's body is shown with his right leg shackled. However, in 'Saw' and in Amanda's flashback in 'Saw III', his left leg is shackled.

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When Jigsaw and Eric escape the lair via a hidden elevator, the low-budget of the film prevented the construction of an actual working elevator. Thus, some tricky photography and editing was implemented. For the first shot where we see Jigsaw and Eric "going down", the scene was simply shot by raising the camera vertically to give the impression of them "going down" on an elevator. For the next wide shot, simple digital effects were added to make it appear that the room was "lowering." And for the final shot, where we see the top of the elevator going down an elevator shaft, stock footage from the film "Hollow Man" was used.

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