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The Piano (1993) Poster

(1993)

Goofs

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Continuity 

When Ada and George go to the beach to retrieve the piano, Flora creates a seahorse from sand and shells/stones. There are no footprints around the seahorse where she would have walked while creating it,
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When the boat leaves the island, Ada trails her hand in the water, which is still and calm. On long shots, it is foaming from the action of the oars, and the boat on the water.
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Plot holes 

Ada writes a note to George on a piano key, but earlier George had told her that he can't read.
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Spoilers 

The goof items below may give away important plot points.

Anachronisms 

Ada has three pierce marks in her anatomical left ear, seen when she is sleeping after her finger has been cut off. Women of GB did not have that practice during this period.
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Continuity 

When Ada is pulled out of the water in the slow motion scene near the end of the movie, you can see that she still has her finger. It's wrapped in bandages, but clearly there.
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Continuity 

At the end of the movie, when the piano is thrown overboard, Ada allows the long length of rope to catch her foot thus pulling her in the water after the piano. However, underwater views of Ada being dragged deeper and deeper show the length of rope to be extremely short.
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