At the beginning of the movie, Mary seems to have recently lost her two front teeth. Although the story clearly covers several months (court battles, changes of school...), the poor girl's new teeth never grow in, and at the end of the movie she is just as toothless as at the beginning.
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When changing camera angles at the Psychologist's office, 2 of the blocks on the table disappear.
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Near the end of the movie, when frank and Roberta come to the foster parents house, they both go into the guest house, where Mary is with Evelyn and two tutors. Yet when frank takes her back to the guest house to confront Evelyn, Mary is happily surprised to see Roberta.
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When Mary looks at Grandmother's photo album, there is a photo of a college gateway. Grandmother responds to Mary's question "where is that?", stating "Cambridge". In fact it is the gateway to Christ Church, Oxford University, with Mercury, the statue in central fountain, clearly visible in the background.
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If Evelyn Adler is capable of defending a completed proof for Navier-Stokes, she would have easily recognized the problems with the problem that Doctor Shankland placed on the board for Mary to solve.
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At 10:00, Frank is supposed to be tightening screws on a motor boat engine. When he moves his hand, he has been twisting the screwdriver above a solid plastic cowling, which has no screw holes.
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In the German version the product of 57 and 135 was mistranslated into 7659. This is no excuse for the translators but in German the unit position is spoken before the ten-digit. So seven thousand six hundred fifty nine was translated in that order.
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