The Thirteenth Floor

Continuity mistake: After Hall has been shot in the leg in the simulation of LA 1937 the hole in his trousers and his injury disappear, as seen in the fight sequence at the pool. Hall even uses his leg to hit the bartender in the stomach, what would have made this very painful if he had been shot there.

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the movie, Mr. Fuller writes a letter for Douglas Hall. When he finishes, he writes the name on it in a bold hand style. Later, when he gives the letter to the barman, the name on it is written with completely different, beautiful handwriting. When the barman opens the letter, we see that it now has a different style again.

Continuity mistake: After his struggle with Ashton, Hall gets some blood on his nose, then on his mouth. A few shots later the blood on his mouth disappears.

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Detective McBain: I think I made the age-old mistake: Never trust a beautiful woman.

Jason Whitney/Jerry Ashton: Hey! What'd you do to the world?
Douglas Hall: Turned it off.

Jane Fuller: I fell in love with you before I even met you.
Douglas Hall: How can you love me? I am not even real. You can't fall in love with a dream.
Jane Fuller: You're more real to me than anything I've ever known.

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