Repo! The Genetic Opera

Deliberate mistake: Several times, you see an exterior shot of Nathan's house, and it is very clear that it is the same shot being used over and over, sometimes reversed.

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Deliberate mistake: If you look closely, you can tell the shot of Shilo riding the elevator to the top of GeneCo tower is the same shot from the beginning of the movie (when Rotti rides the elevator down to the ground), only reversed. The distinct camera angle and movement gives it away.

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Deliberate mistake: When Rotti is dying, when Luigi and Pavvi try to run towards him (before he points the gun at them), you can briefly see Pavvi's mirror sticking out from behind the corner for a second right before they run into frame, revealing that the actors were waiting for their cue to go.

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Nathan Wallace: I'm the monster. I'm the villain. What perfection. What precision! Keen incisions, I deliver. Unscathed organs, I deliver. Repossession, I deliver. I'm the Repo! Legal assassin!

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Right before the end credits, as Grave Robber says "But Genco may survive if it undergoes surgery", right as Grave Robber says the word "may", his lips briefly don't match what is being said. (Confirmed in DVD commentary.).

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Trivia

In the original cut of the film, the Grave Robber character was in more sequences, and directly interacted with Shilo more often. During editing, in order to get the film to a shorter running length, several of his scenes were cut, and he became more of a narrator in the film than a featured character.

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