The Grand Budapest HotelGoofs
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Viewed in the direction of the cables with the station in the background, the cable car to Gabelmeister's peak runs in the symmetric midst between the cables when it should be on side of one of the cables. The way it is depicted in the movie, the two cable cars could never pass each other without colliding.
When deputy Kovacs is trying to escape Jopling, he boards a bus and draws the shade down, revealing the reflection of Jopling on his motorcycle. When Kovacs raises the shade, the bike is still reflected, but when the bus begins to move forward, the reflection of the parked bike moves along at the same speed of the bus. It should remain in one place while the bus moves out of the frame.
In the beginning of the movie, during the author's conversation with the concierge, Monsieur Jean runs to a guest who is choking and uses the Heimlich maneuver, squeezing the guest's chest from behind. Dr. Henry Heimlich first described the Heimlich Maneuver in Journal of the American Medical Association in 1974.