Corrected entry: The story unfolds at a time when the Persian Empire is still strong. At that time, Persia was not yet subjugated by the Arabs who later on adulterated their Persian language with the Arabic script and the Islam religion. Why then, can the Arabic language be heard spoken by the background actors? Why then, is the decree signed by the newly enthroned King (the eldest son)in the Arabic script, which was not yet invented at that time?SunnyboyN
Corrected entry: In the Prince of Persia the King speaks about bring a boy (Dastan) into his family, all of this is said in front of Princess Tamina. Then, while Dastan and Tamina are walking, Tamina goes on to say he really walks like a prince of Persia and that he was told the world was his since birth and that he'd believed it. Dastan corrects her explaining he was not born a Prince. I thought this was already covered when the king said it.
Corrected entry: When Tus proposes marriage to Tamina and she agrees, Tus grabs her left hand to kiss with his right hand (you can tell it is her left arm based on the fingers). The very next shot shows him raising her right arm up in solidarity. The shot is immediate and there is not enough time for her to have switched arms nor for her to have raise/lowered one.shortdanzr
Corrected entry: In the beginning when the King's soldiers catch the little boy, he calls the king "Sire", which is an English Title for Medieval English kings, while Persians call their Kings "Shah" and "Sultan".
Corrected entry: In the Scene where Dastan and Tamina are underground and the landslide begins, Tamina seeks refuge by climbing up the stairway, while Dastan is swept down and has to superjump over the Abyss to the door on other side. How then did Tamina manage to cross the Abyss and help Dastan defeat the Hassasin on the other side?SunnyboyN
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