When Nilma introduces herself, she introduces herself as Nilma Prasad, and when Helen is looking for a new job, she refers her to her husband Ravi. However, when Helen shows up on the used car lot, she asks for a Ravi Patel instead of a Ravi Prasad.
Pastor Dan at the Lutheran school agrees that "heaven, hell,
purgatory, everything" (paraphrased) is part of Lutheran (a protestant denomination) belief, but purgatory is particular to Catholicism, and one of the larger points of difference between Catholic and Protestant churches.
At Lindsay's birthday Jenny's daughter, Jasmine, has a broken arm. During the scene at the Davis house (after the funeral) a woman is talking to Jasmine and Oliver, her arm is not broken. But it is again in the next scene.
When Helen goes to the church to meet Pastor Dan before going to the hockey game, the cleaning lady stops vacuuming and walks away twice - once when Helen walks up the first time, and again when Pastor Dan sees her and she turns and trips.
Helen is at the newsagent's and is happy for Tinka's success. Her bag falls from her shoulder to the forearm, but in the next shot the bag is back on the shoulder. In the next shot, the bag is back on the forearm.
When Helen discovers the children in the closet, the mirror reflects them sitting along a wall with no hanging clothes above them (just a hat on the wall). When she goes inside, we see them huddled low under hanging clothes.
In the final scene, the ship "Miss New York" is docked in one shot. In the next wide shot the ship can be seen leaving port. In a third, seconds-later wide shot, the ship is again seen passing the same point on its departure.
In the post funeral scene where neighbors are delivering food, Helen accepts a cake then shifts it to her left hand to accept a casserole. The next neighbor holds out another casserole and Helen shifts the first casserole to her left hand which is now empty. When she takes them to the kitchen the cake is on the counter stacked atop another cake.
St Barbara was an early Christian martyr. There never would be a "Saint Barbara Lutheran School" (or church, for that matter). The only saints Lutherans venerate would be characters in the New Testament, like St Paul, St John etc (original disciples).