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Sophie Scholl: The Final Days (2005) Poster

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Continuity 

At the very first interrogation, while Sophie is giving her version, the red book on the table keep changing angles.
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In the long interrogation in the middle of the film, the pile of index cards in front of interrogator Mohr keeps moving around on the table.
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During the interrogation in which Sophie refers to the mentally ill children: When the interrogator shouts "God does not exist!" and moves to the window, the camera views Sophie from the side. At this stage, her left elbow is on the table, with her left hand hanging down. She then places her right hand on the table. When the camera angle shifts to the front view, her left hand is suddenly on the table, and her right hand is not yet on the table. She lifts it up to push the coffee cup away.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Sophie goes to the bathroom at the police station, a boom mic is reflected in the mirror above the wash basin
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Factual errors 

While being locked up in a Munich Gestapo prison cell the night from February 20 to 21 1943, Sophie Scholl and her cell-mate Else witness an allied air raid with flashlight, howling sirens and bursting bombs. In reality no bombs fell on Munich the time between the British attacks of December 22, 1942, and March 8, 1943.
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Plot holes 

During his interrogation at trial, Hans Scholl defiantly states that he has served on the Eastern Front and that Judge Roland Freisler has not. Freisler then appears to be taken aback and momentarily silent. In actuality, Freisler was a veteran of the Eastern Front during World War I, saw significant combat, and was wounded and captured. Thus, his demeanor at Hans' statement is somewhat odd.
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