Corrected entry: In one of the last scenes, where the medical students take the old lady to pool of noodles, watch the old lady's hands carefully as she enters. As she enters she never touches the noodles, but as she goes to hug Patch her hands are suddenly full of noodles.
Corrected entry: When Patch sets up the pair of legs at the door, there is a sign above it pointing to the gynecologists. The camera cuts to their reaction, then back to Patch, and in this shot the sign is gone.
Corrected entry: The Pablo Neruda poem used in the film which is set in 1971-1975, wasn't translated into English until 1986.
Corrected entry: When Patch is in the hospital room of the aggressive man, he is dressed up as an angel. Look closely or you'll miss it but, when you first see Patch, he has no halo. It cuts to the aggressive man and then back to Patch and now he is wearing a tinsel halo.
Corrected entry: Patch visits cancer affected kids during his first year in college. 2 or 3 years later he is being judged for creating a hospital without having his degree, and the patients he used to visit come and greet him at court. The cancer kids are there but they have not grown up or changed the slightest bit in these 2 years.
Corrected entry: The graduating medical students' tassels were yellow. Tassels for students graduating from US Medical Schools are green.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Robin Williams is pushing his friend who's supposed to be a dead body, there is a roll of gauze that drops out from under the sheet. When it drops, it unravels perhaps a foot. When the doctor comes down the hall and he picks it up, it is mysteriously all rolled up and intact.
Corrected entry: After the scene with the balloon animals, when Patch, Truman and Corrine are walking down the front steps of the hospital, Truman says that he has a date with the autonomic nerves of the thorax. Patch then warns him to watch out for the circle of Willis. The circle of Willis, however, describes the connection of arteries in the brain, far removed from the thorax (chest area).