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The eponymous scar moves and often seems to disappear altogether throughout the film. As an example, when Tony and Manny are driving back from The Babylon, there are a number of head shots where Tony looks to his right to speak to Manny, when his left cheek can clearly be seen with no trace of a scar. Sometimes it is seen below the outer corner of Tony's eye, sometimes it is below the center of his eye.
After Tony and Manny finish talking to Omar for the first time, and about to quit the cafe, a man in a tan shirt and white pants is using the telephone in a booth in front of the cafe. As they walk away the cafe owner asks where they're going, and Tony throws the apron at him and retires. The man is not in the telephone booth in the close up shots of the cafe owner. There is a cut back to a widescreen shot as they continue to walk away and the same man is back in the telephone booth.
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Errors in geography
When Tony is with Omar and Sosa in Bolivia, Tony gripes about losing one out of nine loads due to drug interdiction in many forms, including what he calls "EC-2"s...he is probably referring to the Navy's E2-C "Hawkeye", a dual-turboprop radar interception aircraft. In addition, those "Hawkeye" flights were authorized to begin in March of 1982, months after the Bolivia meeting.
The Citroen DS that Tony and his gang place a bomb under is a bad choice for such an escapade. About 15 seconds after the engine is switched off, this car, with a gasping sigh, automatically lowers on its suspension, leaving only about 3 total inches of ground clearance, insufficient to crawl under.