When B (played by Tim Robbins) consults his book regarding getting around the cow in the road, there's a very noticeable coffee ring stain on one of the pages. The movie The Hudsucker Proxy is about Tim Robbins's character coming up with the idea of the hula hoop because of a coffee ring stain. Remarkably this stain had no bearing or relation to the Hudsucker Proxy. Its a coincidence. See more »
Near the start when B and Sophie are driving along the cliff, the aerial shot shows the cliff to be on the left of the road. Then a shot from inside the car shows trees in the background where the cliff was. The when they stop in front of the dead cow, the cliff is on the right side. See more »
This film tells the daily lives of several aid workers in an armed conflict zone in the Balkans. They have to extract a corpse from a well, but are faced with multiple logistical and bureaucratic challenges.
"A Perfect Day" may look ridiculous and infuriating from the outside, as it tells a story of ridiculous bureaucracy. So if the common goal is to help the people in a war zone, why are there so many restrictions and hurdles to helping others? Well, my workplace is exactly like that, do I can relate to every single minute of it.
The subplot about the local boy Nikola is touching, as it provides a glimpse of hope for humanity - sometimes real help is from unofficial sources!
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