The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc

Continuity mistake: When Joan has the arrow in her chest, she rips it out and blood splatters everywhere. In one shot its all on the right side of her face, some dry and some droplets of blood on her cheek. Yet when the medic comes after she's fallen asleep, he kneels down to check if her hearts beating, but there is only a tiny tickle of blood on her cheek, then a closer shot appears with blotches of blood - dry and wet - on her face.

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