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Anachronisms 

Actor Chris Zegers has a long hairdo. Story is from 1963: a long hairdo like Zegers was common after about 1966.
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In the opening you see a Volkswagen Beetle with big, round rear lights, which it defines it as a '72 or later model.
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There is a Citro├źn 2 CV which is a 1970 model (or later).
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In the film several gray telephones are used. This is the standard Dutch national telephone company-model PTT T65, which was introduced in 1965.
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In Chapter Two you can see the actor Chris Zegers in a living room. There is a table in the middle with an Elvis Presley record underneath. That record was released in 1968 (1977 in the Netherlands). However, the movie is set in 1963.
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The jeep used by the soldier to leave the camp has a yellow license plate which became common in the seventies/eighties. But is for real a army plate because of the characters KP. The big military vehicles do have gray plates but no army plates.
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The VW Beetle in the beginning of the movie is a 1974 model or later. The year of that movie scene is 1962; 12 years earlier.
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One of the military vehicles has a yellow license plate, which arrived in Holland in 1978. Another military vehicle has a blue license plate that starts with DE. Those are especially for classic cars and were introduced in 1988, although the movie plays in 1963.
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The weather forecaster on the TV reports that a "weather alarm" has been issued, but the concept of weather alarm was first introduced in the Netherlands in 2001 (http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weeralarm) and the movie is set in 1963.
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The main characters say "jij" to one another. In 1963 the Dutch would say "u" to an unknown adult.
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Character error 

The main characters say "jij" to one another. Back in 1963 the Dutch would say "u" to an unknown adult.
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