Corrected entry: The big diamond that Solomon found at the river changes shape and size at the end of the film.
Corrected entry: When Danny and Maddy share the wine, the red cap on the jug appears and disappears repeatedly without explanation.
Corrected entry: Danny Archer references the term "Bling Bling" in the conversation with Maddy early in the film. Because the song "Bling Bling" (of which the term is based) was released after the turn of the century, they would not know the term "Bling Bling" in the late 1990s, when the movie is set.
Corrected entry: When Maddy is taking photos of the families in the refugee camp about 15 shots are taken, and she is shooting through a chain link fence, yet when they cut to the scenes where they show her view through the lens, only one of the 15 shots shows the fence in the photos.
Corrected entry: When Solomon talks to Archer about his son, he mentions that he likes to play soccer, yet in Sierra Leone, as in most other countries worldwide, soccer is called football. This is obviously a deliberate choice by the director/screenwriter because the movie is chiefly directed at American audiences.