Corrected entry: It's extremely unlikely that through the proceedings, before Dr. Mott kills himself, that the family would never have seen his wife, especially with all the news coverage of the story. (00:19:15)
Corrected entry: There is a scene where Marlene is frantically driving. They show her from the side without a cigarette and without any cigarette in either of her hands. then they show out the front windshield so that you can just see her empty hands holding the steering wheel. When they cut back to her a face she has a miracle cigarette in her mouth. (01:16:00)
Corrected entry: When Claire is sexually assaulted by the doctor, she seems really reluctant to go to the police about it, and her husband has to persuade her, so if she was so unsure about it would she really allow for them to show her photo and use her name on the news?
Corrected entry: Part way through the movie we find out that the nanny has been breast feeding the baby and used a breast pump to keep herself lactating until she had an opportunity to work for the family. But her own baby died at birth and she underwent an emergency hysterectomy. Under those circumstances her doctor would have given her something to stop her lactating and by the time she'd have been released from hospital her milk should have dried up.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film, we see that Claire suffers from severe asthma and even the slightest distress can bring on a debilitating attack in which she can barely breathe or move. Yet during the final confrontation with Peyton, she has plenty of energy to fight to the death, even after being hit with a shovel, knocked to the ground, punched, stomped on, etc. And even worse, she's *still* perfectly fine after Peyton falls to her death and the fight is over.
Corrected entry: Claire has several asthma attacks throughout the film. Each of these are treated by spraying an inhaler in the general direction of her mouth, followed by her breathing in a second or two later. As anyone who has even seen someone use an inhaler (let alone used one themselves) would know, the inhaler outlet needs to be in the mouth with lips around it; you then breath in as you press down the spray.