Continuity mistake: Jackson, Fonda & De Niro are first together in Jackson's apartment and Fonda is sitting provocatively on the sofa in shorts with her legs crossed right/left. Shot changes over Fonda's shoulder and her legs are crossed left/right, back to original shot and her legs are crossed right/left again. (00:06:40)
Continuity mistake: At the end of the movie in a scene playing in July 1995 Max Cherry says that he is 56 years old. But earlier we see his bail-agent-id on which his date of birth is stated as 03.15.48. This date of birth would make him 47 years old. The info displayed on the ID is that of Robert Forrester, the actor who plays him.
Continuity mistake: There is a scene when Jackie is doing the trial run with the southern girl she is sitting at a table in the food court. Watch her right hand, at one point she tries to tap her cigarette in the ash tray and they immediately cut to a scene where she is holding the cigarette up by her head, so it looks like it never happened.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where they are doing the money exchange (for real this time) in the plane, Jackie Brown puts the money in her bag and then starts piling clothes on top. If you watch, she drops a small white bag (possibly a make-up bag) on the floor to her left. In the next shot, it is no-longer there yet she has had no time to pick it up. Further to this, it is also the last thing she puts in the bag before zipping it up.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Jackie is interrogated for the first time by the policemen Ray and Mark, she has to unload her bag. The shots switch between seeing Jackie (while unloading the bag) from the back and seeing her from the front. When seen from the front, we see a cup standing on the desk, next to her bag. In the shots taken from the back of Jackie, the cup has disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Jackie is buying the suit for the first time in the mall, she is quite a way away from the till when the assistant shouts for Jackie to get her change. But, when we see it from Max's POV, Jackie is closer to the counter at this point.
Ordell Robbie: Now, the thing is, I ain't never done business with these Koreans before. Now I ain't worried, because, by and large, Asians are very dependable, they don't want no trouble. You might argue with them about price and shit, but you don't need to worry about them shooting you in the back, you know what I'm saying?
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