House Of D

Continuity mistake: When Tommy picks up his mother's cigarettes out of the toilet, one of them very obviously breaks in half. Yet a few shots later, they are all unbroken and normal.

Continuity mistake: About an hour into the movie, Tommy's face is injured by a shard of glass. The very next shot the injury is almost gone and in the next scene there is no evidence his face was ever injured.

Wayne C.

Audio problem: At the beginning of the school dance scene, there is a kid screaming "Sabbath. Sabbath." Later on, the same kid is shown to be the DJ, and when he is changing records, you can hear his voice still screaming "Sabbath. Sabbath." in the background, even though he is not saying it. (Revealed in DVD commentary).

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Trivia: In the opening of the movie, David Duchovny is seen riding his bike through Paris. Apparently, in the shot where he is riding through the middle of traffic was not planned or rehearsed, he simply began riding a bicycle through heavy traffic while the camera man filmed him. He attributes this foolish choice to his "Having drank a glass of wine" earlier that night.

Melissa: Your outfit is... um.
Tommy Warshaw: Orange?
Melissa: Really orange.

Tommy Warshaw: If I want to exercise my god given freedom to experience people getting cut up by chainsaws and hung on meat hooks, I think I have the constitutional right to do so, don't you?

Tom Warshaw: My story starts where ever man's story starts: with mom.

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Question: Does anyone know what the piece of music from the trailer is from and where it can be purchased or downloaded? Not the rock song in the beginning, but the orchestrated piece after the black-woman says "Something he can't. A man."

Chosen answer: It's taken from the score of 'Alive', written by James Newton Howard.

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