A Murder of Crows

Factual error: After we are shown an aerial shot of New Orleans, then we see the scene where Lawson Russell pulls up in a New Orleans cab outside of a skyscraper. The only problem is, the skyscraper is the Library Tower, which is situated in downtown Los Angeles. (00:38:00)

Continuity mistake: When Lawson Russell is sitting across the chess board from the detective the amount of cigarette smoke in the air keeps changing.

Continuity mistake: When Lawson Russell is in the police station for questioning, Billy Ray walks in. He says something like "It's about your book" and Lawson answers, "What about it?" The camera cuts back to Billy Ray who has now moved to the left.


Lawson Russell: Drink, detective?
Clifford Dubose: Nah. Never touch it. Makes me happy.

Clifford Dubose: You're going downtown.
Lawson Russell: On what charge?
Clifford Dubose: Arrogance.

Lawson Russell: There's an old saying: Money talks. The only thing I ever heard it say was "Goodbye."


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