Continuity mistake: Francis' bandages change from shot to shot. Example: When they first leave their compartment on the train to go get a drink, they make their way along an aisle. When Francis says "I want you both to know it", the blue pad is visible over his right ear, but the shot changes as he turns around to say "I love you, Peter." and the blue pad is completely hidden under the white vertical bandage.
Continuity mistake: Jack looks back over his shoulder. Beyond him we see people at the end of the dining car - none in bright green jackets. The shot changes and now we see several men and a young woman standing at the end of the dining car, and one of the men is the steward that punched their tickets earlier (bright green jacket, long black beard and turban). The shot changes to Jack, still looking back over his shoulder, and he says "I want that stewardess". In this shot, ahead of him (at the right of the shot) we see the very same steward that should be talking to the woman at the other end of the car. The angle now reverses to show Jack from the front and in the background, the green-jacket man has vanished.
Continuity mistake: An Indian man sitting next to Francis holds a newspaper up. It is wide open, and the pages face almost straight across the table toward Jack. Francis asks "Have you heard anything from Mom?" and the shot changes. Instantly the man has turned himself and the paper, so that now the paper is less open and its fold now points more toward Peter.
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