Ever After

Revealing mistake: While Danielle is up in the tree, the Gypsy punches Henry and when he flies backward and lands on his back Henry's scabbard (at his left) bends and flops around, despite the fact that his sword is sheathed, as seen in the following shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Danielle is climbing down the tree, in the overhead shot the Gypsy is holding the sword in his right hand with Danielle's dress held up high on the sword tip as he thanks her, but next shot he's gripping the dress in his raised left hand. (More visible on fullscreen DVD.)

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Continuity mistake: When the Prince proposes to Danielle, in the shot from behind her, her long hair is pulled forward in front of her shoulders, but in the shots from the front her hair is behind her shoulders and she did not touch it.

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Prince Henry: I have been born to privilege, and with that comes specific obligations.
Leonardo da Vinci: Horseshit.

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Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent: Darling, nothing is final until you're dead. Even then, I'm sure God negotiates.

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[After Marguerite shouts at the servant.]
Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent: Marguerite, precious, what do I always say about tone?
Jacqueline: A lady of breeding ought never to raise her voice any louder than the... Gentle hum of a whisper in the wind.
Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent: Jacqueline, dear, do not speak unless you can improve the silence.

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Question: What was the song played in the trailer for Ever After?

Chosen answer: There are two songs featured in the trailer: "Fable" by Robert Miles and "Mummer's Dance" by Loreena McKennitt.

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Question: What happened to people who were shipped to the Americas?

Chosen answer: They would have become indentured servants - basically their debt be bought by someone in the Americas and they would be forced to work for the buyer until the debt had been worked off.

Question: When Danielle is in Pierre Le Pieu's castle, and he takes her hair and says, "I had a horse like you once, very stubborn it just needed to be broken" what did he mean by this?

Chosen answer: He compares Danielle to his horse, who was a "Magnificent creature...stubborn...willful." Horse breaking means to get the horse to comply and to submit to the humans who handle it, many times by violent means, in order to break their stubbornness, or willful behavior. Le Pieu has put Danielle in shackles and tells her that she belongs to him, and that he wishes she would reconsider his offer, to which Danielle states that she belongs to no one and she'd rather rot than be his (with the obvious implication of what that means). When Le Pieu uses the horse analogy to further infer his disgusting intentions, he then touches Danielle's hair, and she realizes that he is not maintaining his distance, which prompts her to take his sword and threaten him.

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