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Duplex (2003) Poster

(2003)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When the woman at the housewarming party says "I got an award for this one" she clearly doesn't say "one".
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Character error 

Mrs. Connelly's accent fluctuates between Irish and Scottish.
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Continuity 

When Mrs. Connelly feeds Alex a Bugle chip, she dips it in onion dip, but in the shot of her hand putting it into his mouth (and in the close-up shots of Alex) it is no longer covered in dip.
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After Alex fires Mrs. Connelly's harpoon the rope is stretched out. In the next shot the rope is wrapped up on the harpoon.
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In hospital after the shooting Nancy's hand on Alex shoulder moves about between shots.
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Mrs Connelly returns the wine to Alex. After the door is closed, he has the bottle in his left hand. On opening the door the bottle is in his right hand.
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Factual errors 

An emergency-room doctor examines a gunshot-wound patient without wearing gloves. No trained doctor would make such a mistake.
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Revealing mistakes 

The parrot Little Dickie is able to fly around the Duplex, but in close-up shots it is apparent that the bird's wings are clipped.
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