Corrected entry: After giving the presentation with Inspector Pazzi in attendance, Hannibal disembowels him and hangs him from a balcony of the Palazzo Vecchio. Moments earlier, Hannibal shows Pazzi a projected art rendering of his ancestor, Francesco De Pazzi, hanging from a rope and tells Pazzi that he was "hanging beneath these very windows." Clearly he's talking about the windows of the Palazzo Vecchio, since that's the building that they're in at the moment. The problem is, the Palazzo Vacchio is unmistakably seen in its entirety far off in the distance in the art rendering.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Pazzi meets with Lecter in the Capponi Library, at one point Lecter walks behind Pazzi while speaking and the white parts of his dark blue pajamas can actually be seen on top of Pazzi's trench coat. This is because the two shots were in fact spliced together to account for the actor's movements on screen as they spoke. (00:52:21)
Corrected entry: Gary Oldman originally wanted to share top billing with Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore. When the producers denied his request, he declined to have any billing at all and, in the original theatrical release, remained uncredited at the film's opening and closing credits. However, he is credited in the VHS & DVD releases.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Clarice is asking Barney where all of Dr. Lecter's belongings from the hospital are, Clarice mentions that Dr. Lecter's drawings are missing. The drawings are not missing. Clarice gave them back to Dr. Lecter at their final face-to-face in "The Silence of the Lambs."
Corrected entry: When the thief Lecter stabbed is lying dead in the street, you would think that in a street full of people that someone would notice a dead man.
Corrected entry: When Inspector Pazzi visits Hannibal to pick up the previous librarian's belongings, Hannibal steps into another room and dons a pair of gloves on the excuse that the building is very cold. At least two shots during the scene, however, he is walking barefoot on the stone floor.
Corrected entry: When Lecter is in the hospital stealing the autopsy equpiment, he closes the door after a man walks through rolling a corpse. Most people probably didn't notice or realise, but when he closed the door, he was actually locking the man in the freezer - that is why the orange light began to flash, as an alarm. The man would have frozen or sufficated soon if not retrieved. Just another murder or at the very least attempted murder of Lecter's that went unnoticed. (01:28:42)
Corrected entry: When Clarice is talking with the other agents about Mason they say he was upset when the FBI took Hannibal off of the 10 most wanted list, but when the Italian inspector accesses the FBI's most wanted list Hannibal is still on it.
Corrected entry: In the scene just after Starling's visit with Barney, she is listening to a tape of a late night conversation between Barney and Dr. Lecter (where the good doc was comparing Starling's behaviour to that of a Roller Pigeon). This tape shouldn't even exist given that Dr. Chilton was supposedly only taping Lecter's conversations with Starling. Even the empty tape case is labelled "Lecter and Starling", yet only Lecter and Barney are on the tape.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Drumgo's henchmen shoot it out with the FBI, the thug carrying the diaper bag has no weapon crossing the street. Right before he pulls the shotgun out to shoot at Bolton, it's obvious that it was too large to have been hidden in the bag the entire time.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the woman and Mason match the fingerprint to Dr.Lecter they use a computer. In no part of the fingerprinting process do you use a computer, even for a match.
Corrected entry: When Hannibal has Pazzi duct-taped to the carrier, Pazzi can clearly still move his head around, so why in the world does Hannibal instruct him to answer 'yes' or 'no' by blinking, instead of simply nodding his head? (01:16:01)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi is talking to Gnocco (the pickpocket) about how to get Hannibal's fingerprint on the bracelet, he tells Gnocco to "wash his filthy hands". Gnocco is holding an orange in his right hand, yet a split second later, when Gnocco is holding his hand under the fountain to clean it, the orange has disappeared. This all happened way too quickly for Gnocco to have had the time to simply drop the orange.
Corrected entry: When the Italian Police Inspector is on the pay phone in the middle of the street and he gets the recording that tells him how to go about collecting the reward money for Hannibal's "capture" there is a message at the end of the info that lets the caller know that they could press 1 for instructions in French, 2 for German, 3 for Italian, etc... However these instructions are in English! If you speak a different language you wouldn't understand it. And anyone who has ever called a machine like that will tell you that the instructions for each different language are in that language... (00:49:48)
Corrected entry: At the restaurant when Inspector Pazzi is watching Dr.Lecter drinking his wine, Hannibal gets up and leaves without paying for his drink.
Corrected entry: When Agent Starling was reading the letter from Dr. Lecter, she is in the lab which is lit in florescent light. As she finishes the letter and the camera focuses back on Clarice, the room is lit in a sort of candle or fire light.
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