The Devil's Violinist

Continuity mistake: As Charlotte and her father are hearing Paganini play the violin in their house, they walk to the stairs. As they reach it, her father's head suddenly is turned facing up the stairs.

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Visible crew/equipment: After Charollte's father says they could book concerts on her alone, it cuts to her father's mistress and the China cabinet behind her shows the reflection of a crew member moving around.

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Continuity mistake: When Paganini is telling Urbani he is done with him, each time the camera angle changes, the lighting on Urbani's head changes angles.

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Question: Why did Urbani go to the trouble of framing Paganini of having intercourse with underage Charlotte? Rather than just let it happen and Paganini face the consequences anyways the same, he set it so he accidentally slept with a different girl and framed him for Charlotte which caused him and Charlotte to never get together. His career was going to have the same road with or without her, so why did he make it so Paganini suffered the same consequences of sleeping with Charlotte, but set it so Charlotte thought he was cheating and left him? I don't understand Urbani's motivations here since he pledged himself to serve Paganini, despite that Urbani is in fact the Devil or a demon.

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