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The Last Days on Mars (2013) Poster

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Continuity 

During their conversations in the rover while Petrovic and Harrington are returning to site 9 Harrington's right shoulder strap adjuster suddenly flips upside down, then back again.
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When Vincent Campbell confronts astronaut Robert Irwin, he opens the door to cockpit and leaves it open. As the scene progresses, the door is closed as he falls against it.It is closed before Irwin engages the boosters- so it did not close from launch-related forces.
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After Charles dies on the table, Kim grabs yellow zip ties and proceeds to tie him down. In the following scenes prior to him being covered, the zip ties change position or disappear entirely.
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Factual errors 

Campbell in the lander, when in orbit, sends a distress call saying:"...I can probably burn out in the atmosphere...". Martian atmosphere is too thin to burn anything by friction.
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When captain Brunel is stabbed through his space suit, it is not depressurizing. The crew help him with bandages for several minutes while he should've suffocated in seconds because martian atmosphere is only 0.6% that of Earth's pressure.
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Miscellaneous 

When the crew are out on the surface of Mars you can clearly see blue sky and clouds reflected in their helmet visors.
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