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(2002)

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Anachronisms 

There is an altar allowing the priest to face the congregation. This change was not made until after Vatican II (1962-65). Until that time most churches did not have a free standing altar.
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Continuity 

The end of the movie shows what is clearly a Roman Catholic funeral, presided over by the parish priest. Over the shoulder of one of the main characters can be seen a Masonic square and compasses on a tombstone which would be highly unlikely in a Catholic cemetery.
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Crew or equipment visible 

During the scene between Bobby yelling at his mom and Leon sending him out, someone (clearly not Bobby or Leon) casts a shadow on the wall.
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Errors in geography 

Narration at the beginning of the film places the location as Sackett Street at Sixth Street. These streets are parallel and so do not intersect.
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The neighborhood is continually referred to as Sunset Park. Even allowing for the location as Sixth Street, Sunset Park is on 41st Street, about 2 miles and several neighborhoods away.
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Revealing mistakes 

Fairuza Balk's tattoos are clearly visible beneath the make-up. One is a triangular shield on her upper left arm, the other is a circular tattoo encircling her right upper arm.
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