The page of the Stern Marling audit report includes several typographic errors. For example, "Local Finances Action Plan" is denoted by the acronym "(LBAPs)". The third bullet point refers to "using an Management Business approach". The fourth bullet point is not a coherent sentence.
When Richard Gere is driving the Mercedes and he dozes off, the car's headlights are not turned on when viewed from the front, but the taillights are clearly visible when the camera angle switches to the rear to view the roll-over.
When Susan Sarandon and her daughter (Brit Marling) are working out in the gym, her sweatshirt is off one shoulder. When they get off of the equipment to talk it is on both shoulders, then it immediately is off her shoulder again when the camera switches angles.
About two minutes in, Robert Miller is shown flying as a passenger on a three-engine Dassault Falcon , his private jet. While airborne, the aircraft is shown with large 12-inch registration "N-Numbers" on the side of the fuselage-mounted number 2 engine. After the aircraft lands and is shown and Miller is exiting the plane, the large N-Numbers are gone, and small 3-inch numbers are now barely visible further back towards the tail.
Coming home from Jimmy's, Robert first calls a servant then his wife with a bedside phone. After the first call, he sits on the bed with the receiver in his right hand, filmed from behind. After the shot change, we see his front. He has his arms strangely crossed, the receiver sits on the telephone. The pacing suggests, though, that no time has passed between the two shots.