Corrected entry: There is a scene where Mr. Brooks gets in his car (in the driver seat) and his alter-ego gets in the passenger seat. Although Mr. Brooks can imagine his alter-ego is getting in the car, there is no way that the alter-ego could physically open and close the passenger door - which is what he does. If there were people around, they would see a car door opening and closing with no-one there.
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