Crimson Rivers 2: Angels of the Apocalypse

Factual error: Marie discovers that letters in a 9th century ornament are actually Arabic numerals. Those were not introduced into Europe until the 13th century and although the numbering system was already in use in Arabia, it used different glyphs than the ones she identified.

Revealing mistake: At the end of the movie, where Commisar Niemans and his partner are in a firefight with a group of "angels", one of the bad guys is firing a Minimi machine-gun. When the camera zooms in, you can see that the weapon is fed with blank rounds.

Reda: You still never told me.
Commissaire Niemans: What?
Reda: The name of your dog.
Commissaire Niemans: I found an interesting name, a dangerous dog's name.
Reda: For a Yorkshire?
Commissaire Niemans: Yes, I called him... Reda.

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