My Sister's Keeper

Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie when Campbell Alexander is leaving Anna, she hugs him and says, "Thanks, Mr. Wright." His name is Campbell Alexander, not Mr. Wright.


Correction: She actually says, 'Thanks Mr. A' not Mr. Wright.

Corrected entry: Near the end when the lawyer gives Kate the paperwork for her legal victory he leaves driving a car. In California, where the story takes place, epileptics can't get a drivers license.


Correction: The lawyer goes to great pains to prevent others from knowing about his epilepsy. He's apparently very vain about the condition. It's highly likely he didn't report the condition to the DMV.


Corrected entry: SPOILER. thought it might be interesting for those of you who have seen the film and not read the book. The ending of the book is COMPLETELY different to the film. In the book, after it is revealed Anna was only emancipating herself medically because of her sister's orders, she is killed in a car crash along with Campbell Alexander. Her death then enables her body parts to be used to enable Kate to live.


Correction: Campbell Alexander was not killed in the crash.

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