Body of Lies

Continuity mistake: When Omar Sadiki is escaping from agent Ferris, a cream Cherokee chases him and a black Kia SUV tries to intercept him as well. This black Kia takes a shot that completely shatters the windshield, but seconds later it crashes and the copilot is expelled through an undamaged windshield.

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Mistakes

When Leonardo DiCaprio is arriving on the tarmac at what is supposed to be Abu Dhabi, the main (and very distinctive) Dulles airport terminal is visible in the background.

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Trivia

The Noordermarkt scene in Amsterdam was not really shot there. In fact it wasn't shot in the Netherlands at all:*The Noordermarkt in the film looks nothing like the real Noordermarkt, and more like an Asian or Indian market.*The noise of people talking in the background does not resemble anything close to Dutch.*The cars in the scene are rarely seen in the Netherland because they are too outdated to be seen frequently, especially all together. *At timecode 42:30 you can see a police car with "POLICE" written on the side of it. However, in real life, Dutch police cars do not use the English word for police. "Politie" would have been the correct word, but even then the police car would not be convincing, as official police cars look entirely different.*Finally, the firetruck appearing later in the scene is not a type used in the Netherlands, but appears to be an American Pierce Lance truck with Dutch fire engine stickers on it. Dutch firetrucks are usually of European make: DAF, MAN or Mercedes.

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