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At the beginning of the film, Joey is beaten up, leaving his right arm injured and immobilized. But, when he reaches the rooftop, running away from one of the men who beat him, he crosses a sort of bridge leaning on his right arm while having his left arm immobilized. After this frame, he switches back to "normal".
When buying the ballet ticket, the cashier says that October 1st is on a Tuesday. However, the invitation to the rooftop gala, on the same night, is on a Monday.
When Cristina takes pictures of Joey at the fountain and the restaurant she uses a Nikon D300s. However, the camera which is laying on the table in the apartment is a Nikon D70s.
On two occasions, in the police radio 'voiceover', Joey Jones is referred to as long-term missing from the 'Defence Department'. There's no such thing in the UK-it's always referred to as the MInistry of Defence.
As a British serviceman, Joey Smith would never had been referred to as having served in 'Special Forces', as the term is unused. Instead, the particular unit would be referred to: (Royal Marine) Commando, SAS (Special Air Service Regiment),SRR (Special Reconnaisance Regiment) or SBS (Special Boat Service Squadron). The term 'Special Forces' is American.
The license plate of the truck Joey is driving at one point is Polish, but has a non-existing letter prefix "DQZ". It is also a flat-type print (as modern UK license plates) not used in Poland.
The scene in the shop is said to take place in July but Easter Eggs can clearly be seen on one of the shelves.