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Continuity 

Jane throws her earring/shuriken directly at Koch as he faces her, but when the camera cuts to a new shot it hits him in the side of the neck.
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Continuity 

As she is called to the phone by the PA, Jane's shirt changes from shot to shot. At the bar, Chiaro looks at his full glass, says he needs a refill, and departs.
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Although it was nighttime minutes earlier, when Jane leaves Chiaro's room it is broad daylight outside.
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During car chase, backshots out of the car window change to radically different locations.
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When Jane spits at Igor, the spittle clearly only falls a few inches, but the next shot has him being hit by it from several feet away.
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Igor swings a closed fist at Jane, but in the next shot when it hits, it's an open-hand slap.
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As Bill waits for Jane at his office, despite the fact only about two minutes of continual on-screen action occurs, the clock jumps nearly twenty minutes.
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When Jane confronts Tim, he points a snub-nosed revolver at her with a black wall in the background. In the long shots, he is using a semi-automatic, and is in front of a yellow wall.
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At one point the characters watch a slide show, but the device shown is a movie projector.
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When Jane is tortured at Igor's, the blood drops on her breasts change shape and place between shots.
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In the opening of the film, two men are showing playing poker. An outside establishing shot suggests that the action is taking place on the top floor of a two-story house. But the interior shot of the men reveals a staircase leading upwards.
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Revealing mistakes 

The number "6" on the hotel room has noticeably been cut from a piece of paper and taped to the door.
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As Jane breaks into Chiaro's room, it is clear she is in fact in the room and trying to open the door out to the hallway.
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During Jane's "high speed" car chase, the backshot shows her passing other cars at normal speed.
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Jane's kitchen is the same room as Chiaro's room seen earlier.
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As Jane opens the notebook to "Igor Stotsky," a man's hand is used for the inset shot.
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When Jane's boss is taking the file from his desk's drawer, it's a female hand in the close shot (probably Doris Wishman's).
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When Jane stuns an attacker with smoke coming from a can, the smoke does not evaporate from the can's sleeve but from behind.
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