The Last ValleyGoofs
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The long shot of the die shows them close to each other, with the cup some distance away casting a small shadow; in the close shot, the die are separated and the shadow of the cup is longer and falls between the die.
During the attack in the forest above the valley, a man with an arm injury is being comforted by a fellow soldier. The wounded man is lying against a rock but when an enemy shoots at him in the next frame he is standing as is his friend who was also leaning against the rock in the previous frame.
In a conversation outside her house, Gruber says to Erica "The snows have come ...". However, sunshine on the trees seen on the far of the valley shows no snow and the roof of Erica's building has no snow on it nor is any seen through the gaps in the roof.
The firearm's hammer, the part that ignites the powder charge when it rubs against a piece of flint forcing sparks into the open lock as it springs forward, does not move when the trigger is pulled and no smoke comes from the point of ignition at the lock.
From the Captain's reference to the sack of Magdeburg being twelve years in the past, it follows that he and his men leave the valley in the spring of 1644. He states his intention to join the army of Prince Bernard of Saxe-Weimar - but Saxe-Weimar died in 1639.
At c. 87 minutes there is a shot of the village band accompanying the festivities. Amongst those playing are a bagpipe player and a folk-violinist, neither of which are heard on the soundtrack.
Crew or equipment visible
At c.112 minutes, as Vogel is running uphill in the woods, a large light source can briefly be seen ahead of him.