Movie Mistakes: When does Film Continuity REALLY Matter?

  • Published on Feb 21, 2017
  • Film continuity editing errors and movie mistakes happen in big and small films. But do they matter?
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  • Thomas Coispel
    Thomas Coispel Year ago +206

    Thank you very much ! I worked with so many persons who were obsessed with continuity, as if the only thing they wanted was making a flawless but commonplace story. Without risk there is no chance to make the difference...

    • Rylan Storm
      Rylan Storm 12 days ago +1

      +Yogesh S Awate it's full blown amateur hour.

    • Yogesh S Awate
      Yogesh S Awate 2 months ago

      In the first scene you also missed another thing, trains are different in different scenes

    • all things fascinating
      all things fascinating 6 months ago +1

      Couldn't agree more with you. It doesn't matter as long as it doesn't spoil the flow of the movie.

    • Leonardo Oliveira
      Leonardo Oliveira 11 months ago

      Thomas Coispel Train changes and drink disappears. Right?

  • Dan Abrahams
    Dan Abrahams 14 hours ago

    Not being funny but the kid has . drink in the first scene also, so two mistakes

  • Brandon Farley
    Brandon Farley 22 hours ago

    I would say that music videos break the rules of continuity editing by flashing many different wardrobe ensembles throughout the sequence. Take any popular music video for example and you'll see the singers and dancers magically switch clothing, automatically.

  • Photographic elements

    Couldn't agree more. We have become programmed by youtube channels clickbaiting for views that continuity errors make the entire movie fail; eg, "Everything Wrong With...,"
    Most of these errors are never noticed when watching the film for the first time and never detract from the film.
    However, since you showed examples of 'Jurassic Park,' what I noticed, when watching the film for the first time, in the theatre, was "Getting out the Jeep scene," showing a flat expanse, vs a cliff when the TRex attacks and tosses the Jeep/Ford Explorer over the side/kids crawl out in trees. This was a change made after they had shot that first scene & Spielberg did not want to reshoot it. Even for something as big as this, it still just momentary, and then the movie pulls you back in.
    Also, the term you were looking for, eye attention on screen (or mouse locations on a computer screen), is "heat mapping."
    Love this discussion, look forward to more videos.

  • Jnsk
    Jnsk Day ago

    if the filmmaker is in the shot, it pulls the audience member out of the film, so I disagree with the idea that continuity rarely matters.

  • Jonas B. Ingebretsen
    Jonas B. Ingebretsen 2 days ago +1

    NO SPOILERS: I just wanted to add: Shutter island's phantom glass stems from the fact that we shift between the point of views of the protagonist and the lady. Water is symbolic to the main character which he attempts to suppress, thus we don't see the water from his point of view, only the lady's.

  • Mitchell Reid
    Mitchell Reid 3 days ago

    The shutter island one was deliberate. The protagonist is afraid of water due to his past, therefore he doesn't see water in his hallucination

  • jonathan ibarra
    jonathan ibarra 3 days ago


  • Tom Satchel
    Tom Satchel 5 days ago

    Half the examples given, surely aren't continuity related??

  • Whitley Coleman
    Whitley Coleman 5 days ago

    I have always thought of continuity errors as the things that take away from the story due to errors on set or in the plot. Things like Hermione being able to distract a werewolf. A lot of things pointed out I did not notice until it was pointed out. I have caught these errors after rewatching movies several times. For the average viewer no it’s not important and it’s not noticeable and so long as it doesn’t ruin the scene or pace of the film it’s not important. The jacket is not important cuz we are watching this guy cross the street with his kid and secretly hoping a bus doesn’t come out of nowhere,the gas tank is not important cuz we are thinking about the fight, the crew member in the back is not important cuz we’re looking at Jack. Anal retentives and cherry pickers are likely hugely impacted by this and tend be a very vocal over their perfectionist woes.

  • gordon
    gordon 6 days ago

    Its Stephen Stills! He’s the talent!

  • Ash Calv Cast
    Ash Calv Cast 6 days ago

    Thanks for sharing this! I am an amature filmmaker here. I'm really eager to learn the basic and advance filmmaking. All your videos taught me a lot even without enrolling for being one! Btw, I'm into mobile cinematography and I hope you could also share some thoughts about it. Thanks again!

  • Dance God
    Dance God 8 days ago

    What dumbass shoots a scene where the camera man has to stand in front of a mirror? That seems really easy to avoid. The ones you showed in better movies were unnoticeable and also hard to avoid, but the ones in the movie you worked on were rookie mistakes.

  • Will Engle
    Will Engle 9 days ago +1

    That scene though where the guy is walking down the stairs holding the kid and you can see the camera in the reflection, that would be super easy to remove in after effects. Just sayin.

  • Jim Thomas
    Jim Thomas 10 days ago

    typical millennial so fucking anal about trivial matters.

  • ChinaMo
    ChinaMo 11 days ago

    I noticed the drink, not the jacket...

  • Rylan Storm
    Rylan Storm 12 days ago

    Yeah, the emotional aspect of the back of his head as he walked down the stairs would have been difficult to recapture.
    Sounds like BS to me. Refilm it without the cameraman im reflection.

  • pgtrots
    pgtrots 13 days ago

    Ok, so you're shit at your job. Good luck.

  • William Brochstein
    William Brochstein 13 days ago

    very well done thank u for all your work liked

  • Da Pumaface
    Da Pumaface 14 days ago

    When it happens really really often and is really really obvious is when it's annoying. I found that happened in Wolf Of Wall Street and I honestly found it incredibly frustrating

  • Markus Burrer
    Markus Burrer 16 days ago

    I think, continuity errors are not important most times, but sometimes they can be annoying. For example in Terminator, when the car crashed into the police office. You can see the light from the car shining into the office, but when the car hits the front the headlights are off. I just thought: what happens there?

  • Commentator541
    Commentator541 16 days ago

    The jacket is a problem? How about the fact that it's a completely different train????

  • J.F.L. Bousquet
    J.F.L. Bousquet 20 days ago +1

    The crew member on "Pirates..", the hand on the velociraptor or the air bottles on "Gladiator" are NOT "continuity errors", check you facts before making a video about the subject. They shouldn't be seen, they are mistakes, but not continuity errors.

  • demovidtest
    demovidtest 26 days ago

    This is not a good topic - the essence of editing is about "continuity" across all the cuts within a film. Continuity is all about how much you can get away with in service of telling the story. NOTHING in film is edited continuously unless you're editing multicam footage in sequence from the same take. Scripty's job is meant to minimize these problems an editor would face - but ultimately, if people are noticing these things and it's ruining the movie for them, the bigger problem is with the film in general, not a tiny continuity error that the audience didn't buy.

  • Jeremy Mclean Films
    Jeremy Mclean Films 26 days ago

    I've always thought that shutter island error was deliberate because of how thematically obvious it is

  • Totoro
    Totoro 26 days ago

    I noticed the train was completely different. And that when he crossed the tracks, he seemed to suddenly teleport forward into the car park.

  • Authenticate 4 Me
    Authenticate 4 Me 27 days ago

    Did you notice that in the first scene the train shots are from different trains!

  • Mark Pressman
    Mark Pressman 27 days ago

    Great video for filmmaking! I often stated that if you're caught up in the emotion of the scene you likely won't notice or care. Glad there's good examples here to back that up. My favorite example is in "When Harry Met Sally", when Harry and Sally are fighting outside the building after they ran into his ex-wife. On the cuts back and forth, Meg Ryan has crossed arms and then uncrossed arms - through several cuts. When I've pointed this out to people, they never noticed. Because the performance are THAT good!

  • MgelinFilms
    MgelinFilms 27 days ago

    For the crew member in the window, couldn't you have used editing software to remove his reflection in the window?

  • F7sus4
    F7sus4 Month ago +1

    Also, there are two different trains - white one with advertisements, that magically turns into a silver one, few seconds later.

  • Bram Slootmans
    Bram Slootmans Month ago

    1:29 you know that this was on purpose right...

  • Robin Gilliver
    Robin Gilliver Month ago

    If you think continuity doesn't matter, YOU don't matter.

  • Jim Baugh
    Jim Baugh Month ago

    Wolf of Wall Street really bothered me, editing sucked. Way to many jump cuts, could not watch without wondering how this ever got passed MS

  • Jim Baugh
    Jim Baugh Month ago

    You missed the train in the beginning. Different train on parting shot

  • Ben Igler
    Ben Igler Month ago

    in my opinion the train was completely off

  • Shabi_no_Samuri
    Shabi_no_Samuri Month ago

    Is it tho ? what if the guy just decided to take off his jacket ? Oh mama

  • Shabi_no_Samuri
    Shabi_no_Samuri Month ago

    BTW is this the same train ?

  • Shabi_no_Samuri
    Shabi_no_Samuri Month ago

    you where just sitting too long on the computer

  • Shabi_no_Samuri
    Shabi_no_Samuri Month ago

    oh lol

  • Scum 1254
    Scum 1254 Month ago

    First the train has commercial on it. Afterwards its plain metallic

  • Scum 1254
    Scum 1254 Month ago

    And it is a diffrent train

  • Charlotte Riddle
    Charlotte Riddle Month ago

    The cup is supposed to disappear.

  • H. T. B.
    H. T. B. Month ago

    I have a friend that is addicted to CinemaSins, and considers continuity just as major as the script. Here's an exert from his Halloween (1978) review.
    "The film is also hindered by being filmed in California (palm trees. In Illinois. In October) which could break the reality of the film"
    That one nitpick took the film took the film from a 10 to an 8 in his eyes! We don't even live in America, he has no idea what the geography of palm trees are like there!

  • Harry Eaton
    Harry Eaton Month ago

    Continuity in the cutting room is made immensely easier if you have a script supervisor doing their job on the day (or days) of the shoot, maintaining proper wardrobe from shot to shot, props and prop placement etc.
    I have to admit you're correct though if the scene is engaging enough you don't notice, and I find the people that notice the less obvious stuff are the type of person who probably doesn't engage with films much and tends to chat a lot while watching.

    • Harry Eaton
      Harry Eaton Month ago

      The one in Terminator 2 also makes a bit of sense, they probably didn't have enough budget (or legal permissions for that matter) to fly a chopper around with a damaged (or fake damaged) cockpit window, so while they can do CGI for the breaking into the cockpit shot, the rest of the flying is just going to be whatever good shots they can get with the limited rent time of the chopper and stunt pilot. Same with the Commando yellow Porshe, it's easy to have a damaged prop that the characters get into but for the actual driving scene they didn't want to beat up a perfectly good expensive car.

    • Harry Eaton
      Harry Eaton Month ago

      Probably the best mix is to have the director working on emotion and framing, and the script supervisor working on reducing continuity issues so the director doesn't have to worry about it.

  • RIPxBlackHawk
    RIPxBlackHawk Month ago

    I'm gonna tell you right now, you can give no fucks about continuity all day long but as soon as I spot only ONE continuity mistake it takes out the entire magic of the movie. Even if you haven't spotted the cameraman the first time but only after it was pointed out, I'm sure you have seen it the second time in the living room without anyone talking about it. It was even worse than. Once the grand illusion is broken, the entire card house falls apart. Failed continuity doesn't matter for as long as it isn't noticed.
    Personally, I am very quick to spot things that are out of place in terms of continuity. There are things that I miss, of course, I am not a robot but things like the jacket are easy for me to spot. If a good story sucks you in, bad continuity spits you right out. One continuity mistake will destroy the next 15 to 20 minutes of the movie for me.
    I think as a filmmaker it should be in your interest as much not to show the camera as it is to tell an emotional story. As an editor your job is it to take care of not showing the camera. As an script supervisor your job it is to not have the editor have to cut out the camera man.

  • PriceDown
    PriceDown Month ago

    The Office seems really good at this

  • Foozo
    Foozo Month ago

    i completely missed the jacket at the beginning
    i thought he was talking about the C-Train changing

  • Stevey Smile
    Stevey Smile Month ago

    Different train, jacket, and the kid is missing is slurpee.

  • Anthony gomulka
    Anthony gomulka Month ago

    In wolf of wall street, when Margot catches Jordan cheating she goes to slam the door she's clearing going to slam the door then "stumbles" instead.

  • Clickme1999
    Clickme1999 Month ago

    hey but your train isn't the same in the two shots!

  • Astrid Whiteside
    Astrid Whiteside Month ago

    Continuity is only an issue when it ruins the experiance of watching

  • Mojo
    Mojo Month ago

    And the advertisements on the train

  • Wolf
    Wolf Month ago

    Now can the jacket be invisible to us

  • Raju Rane
    Raju Rane Month ago

    Train continuity also missing😝

  • Chris This
    Chris This Month ago

    You can edit tho.
    I dont see those errors but if i do, beacause they are that obvious you couldve edited.

  • Pfahli94
    Pfahli94 Month ago

    The cameraman in 6:45 could have been easily fixed in post with a rectangular moving piece of gray. Had to fix a crew that could be seen in a windows in 3 shots recently and didn’t take too much time but made the scene way less distractive.

  • gabriel ferreira
    gabriel ferreira Month ago

    Notícias the cup

  • chiveerum
    chiveerum Month ago

    The same science that explains why most continuity doesn't matter also explains why ometimes it does. I saw the cameraman in th mirror, because we were looking at the characters from the back, and human brains are wired to detect people around them. The presence of the cameraman takes me out of the moment and out of whatever emotion I'm supposed to be feeling. Likewise, the train passing through was different at the start and it was notceable because both trains show up as the primary focus of a shot (there were no faces for me to look at). But I didn't notice the jacket for the same reason.

    FUCK YOUTUBE Month ago

    Uh....did you really say Kubrick didnt care about continuity? lol. really dude

    FUCK YOUTUBE Month ago

    the shutter island cup of water is because Teddy (andrew) has an aversion to water and blocks it out. he found his kids dead in water so its become a traumatic thing his mind blocks out. that is his POV shot with no cup in the hand then the over the shoulder is from someone else (the guard) showing the cup. not a mistake

  • sweiland75
    sweiland75 Month ago

    I am more distracted by your shitty English.

  • Sem Skywalker
    Sem Skywalker Month ago

    Seeing the cameraman in a reflection is not a continuity error. It is a shooting error. The former is about continuity between shots, not errors withing each shot.

  • Kobe Wild
    Kobe Wild Month ago

    lot's of these type of errors.. I don't catch... the things that trip me up in films are bad lighting.
    horrible blue or green screen, eye lines in digital effects films... shimmering around composites. The star wars head bang... I heard that ... but never noticed it as it was in the background.. dynamic prop failures in things like car flips.. I'll give them a pass on that. Not killing your actors and stunt people is more important and making sure a gas bomb remains covered in a shot. these type of things can usually be fixed in post with digital brushing.

  • AllEars Papillons
    AllEars Papillons Month ago

    What about the child's disappearing plastic beverage container? At first the child has both arms in front of the man because he is holding the cup, later his right arm, now free as the cup is gone, is resting over the man's shoulder.

  • Dillon McCormack
    Dillon McCormack Month ago

    I thought it was the cup the baby was holding.

  • JAG 0937 EB
    JAG 0937 EB Month ago

    who cares

  • srt10acrx
    srt10acrx Month ago

    Um... I'm sorry. But I just paused at 1:26 to say that the jacket was the least of the continuity errors in that scene. Which I'm sure will be mentioned but don't think you're fooling me! Not gonna point them all out but the biggest two are that the train is different and the parking lot they walk to wasn't there in the walking shot. Like... Um. Don't play. Okay. I'm gonna go finish now because I'm actually super curious what you're gonna talk about.

  • Scrimjaw
    Scrimjaw Month ago

    I thought it was going to be the kids cup disappearing.

  • Rene Schwarz
    Rene Schwarz Month ago

    The first train had ads all over it. the second train none. Obvious. The man is standing right in front of the crossing lights and would not be able to step forward to cross. This foreshortening attempted to accommodate the need to get the flashing lights on the other side of the tracks in the shot while the train approaches. Poor choice for the sake of aesthetics. The toddler is holding a slurpy drink so then we cut to the obvious handheld follow shot where dad is wearing his denim jacket, and the toddler no longer has the drink. Big oops. And just as bad, the toddler now has his little arm around the outside of dad as they cross in the next edit instead of inside dad holding the drink as in the first shot of them.
    As unconscious in inconsequential as all of these visual continuity errors may seem, they all take away from our ability to relate to the character, to believe that the actor is fully aware of the intention that he is trying to show, and that the director understands why crossing the tracks is an important visual symbol for the psychology of the scene. Everything is motion pictures is deliberate. It reveals everything, including the unintended loss of meaning and purpose. That is why even microbudget films have a script supervisor. Thanks to filmmaking tech in the hands of everyone, we can more readily see these errors, understand their significance, and appreciate really good film.

  • Jenine Dalusong
    Jenine Dalusong Month ago

    The drink is gone later

  • Ian Kelley
    Ian Kelley Month ago

    The cup is also missing

  • Joseph Attwell
    Joseph Attwell Month ago

    In my view, they don't matter if I don't notice them my first time watching without them being pointed out. However, if I notice them, then I can get pulled out.
    Of course, with modern effects work, we can have our cake and eat it too. Crew member in the background of the shot? Erase them. Character holding the wrong prop? Magic in the correct one. Helicopters missing in one shot, add them back in. Of course, if the budget choice comes down to "make the entire film better" and "remove that reflection of the cameraman," then always spend your money on making the film itself better rather than fixing tiny mistakes.

  • Richard Morey
    Richard Morey Month ago

    Jacket? What about the train?

  • Amit kumar
    Amit kumar Month ago

    I didn't notice the jacket lol, but I noticed the kid had a juice bottle in his hand, and then didn't

  • Jason Oon
    Jason Oon Month ago

    i spotted the cup and the train but missed the jacket lmao

  • Christopher Gregson

    Great content, and insight. However, not all things you pointed out (such as crew or equipment being in the shot) are continuity issues. Continuity relates to a consistency in action/motion/props/set dressing etc between separate shots.

  • Freddie Brockingtom

    they eased dat one in 😂😂😂

  • Danielle Jaeger
    Danielle Jaeger Month ago

    Also train changed

  • twertygo
    twertygo Month ago

    What actually bothered me in the first scene was the missing cup. The reason is that it caught my eye, seeing the child holding it (or rather the straw) and then it disappeared. That was what really threw me off. I actually have a theorie why I didn't notice the jackett:
    We start off with seeing his button up shirt, then we cut to seeing his shirt and his jackett and then we go back to seeing only his jackett. So in the subconscious short term memory, there actually is no continuity error, since we still see his shirt when the jackett is introduced, and once it is there, it doesn't call attention to it when it appears in the next shot. There still is a chance it will catch a viewers eye though.
    When you asked wether we should blame those mistakes on the script supervisors, you implied a no, but my answer is ABSLOTULEY FUCKING YES! It's their job after all. Blame it on the editors? Not so much. As you said, the editors job is to make the scene work emotionally and story wise. But this error should be prevented before it is shot.
    I think the more attention a continuity error draws to it (i.e. if it's in the foreground or it affects the performace) the director should put his focus on it, because the more obvious it is, the more people will be thrown off by it, the less the scene works.
    So in the scene where this guy carries his baby down the stairs, the camera man is not seen long enough to be noticed as a camera man, but the spacial awareness is still completeley trashed, because the mirror doesn't make sense. It is showing a wrong picture of the house, since in the world of the movie no camera man exists. And I caught that imidiatly, without actually noticing the camera man. On a low budget movie it doesn't matter that much, as I don't expect a perfect movie from the beginning, so anything that throws me off just a little will be discarded by me imidiatly.
    So your audiance doesn't seem to care that much about those errors, which is good. Or bad. Well, it doesn't really matter.But just because some professional sais he doesn't care, doesn't mean us ordinary people aren't allowed to. And many people do care (at least if it is very obvious).
    So here are my rules to continuity errors:
    If it calls attention to it and it isn't supposed to, it compromises the scene in its most important way, on its emotional level and should therefore be avoided.
    The more budged your movie has, the more attention you, or some other person you hired, should give to errors. Everyone who notices it - be it on the first or 25th time of watching it - will feel like the crew was sloppy and being a high budged blockbuster, you really want to avoid it. That said, the less budged you have, the less important it should be to you, becausethe audience will not expect a flawless movie and will therefore be more forgiving about your "sloppyness".

    The study you quoted really doesn't mean anything, because a movie where only faces make sense and the set doesn't at all, simply won't work. The only thing it added, was that no one is capable of noticing every little detail on the screen, especially if there is fast movement or fast cuts -- duh. But actually, some people will notice some details. Also we look at people we talk. I am not sure if the study you quoted got into that, but you certainly did not, so -1 for quoting useless material. Otherwise very compelling arguments.
    Sorry if it is a little unstructured, but it is late at night/early in the morning.

  • Antonia Helena
    Antonia Helena Month ago

    Hi! Good video, me as most people of the comments dont care ab mistakes unless they're pretty obvious and distracting.
    Also, whats the name of the movie that appears on the first clip? The one with the father and his son

    DMTHOTH Month ago

    I always notice the mistakes on film and it annoyes me..

  • Pegasus
    Pegasus Month ago

    I didn't notice the jacket-no jacket problem, but I did notice that the train up to 0:51 is completely different from the train from 0:52 on.

  • Elijah Halford
    Elijah Halford Month ago

    What's the film with the dad and son called?

  • KillaGandhi
    KillaGandhi Month ago

    Not only is the train different, but the kid goes from holding a slurpee in his hand, to not holding anything in the next shot. It's funny how you meticulously study the greats, and yet you're so careless with your own work. Best of luck with everything!

  • Light Yagami
    Light Yagami Month ago

    Thanks for this video

  • GeeCee
    GeeCee Month ago

    No one’s gonna talk about the drink?

  • kk28262484
    kk28262484 Month ago

    I was so confused when I saw a completely different train passing by...

  • Globalistconspiracy

    I feel like this video conflates continuity errors with general editing or blocking issues. The James bond example has nothing to do with continuity, bad acting that wasn't caught. The error you show in your movie with Marcus is a blocking issue, just like in pirates of the Caribbean. The issue pointed out in gladiator is an issue with the special effects/stunts. The hand being placed on the velociraptor is an issue with editing. In the full metal jacket error, to me, it looks like the drill sergeant pulled back with his left hand, and then struck the cadet in the stuck with an open left hand. At least, the cut is so fast, that's what my brain sees, even if R lee Ermy was actually punching with his right in the second shot.

  • Zordon06
    Zordon06 Month ago

    Unless they're blatant, most continuity errors don't bother me. I think people only harp on them to feel smarter. As an editor, there's not much you can do once production has wrapped, and most of the time people won't notice the mistakes. The last film I completed, there were a lot of little mistakes I had to cut around as best I could, and some I just had to leave in because I had no other choice. Almost everyone I've shown the film to said they didn't see any of them, even the ones I thought were most glaring.

  • Billy Wright
    Billy Wright Month ago

    Also the train starts off white with colourful livery on it and winds up silver!

  • Storystein
    Storystein Month ago

    Replace the thumbnail with Fantastic Beasts 2 and we're good.

  • HighWarlordJC
    HighWarlordJC Month ago

    He also jumps 5 feet forwards past the lights when he puts the jacket on.

  • Zoubeir Faouzi
    Zoubeir Faouzi Month ago

    In the first scene the trams where different.

  • IncorporatedOps
    IncorporatedOps Month ago

    The jacket at 0:26 was the least of the scene's problems. The overlit sky and the instability of the camera are far worse than a jacket that isn't easily noticeable.

  • buck rogers
    buck rogers Month ago

    yeah i got the train and the instant swith to the car park when he actually stopped walking just after stepping in to the road

  • Mao Duran
    Mao Duran Month ago

    Im not see the jaket error, I so see the cup that the baby had on hand, and the mistake about the scene with the camera man on the window is very easy to fix in post, I dont know why they dont fix in post.

  • Peter W
    Peter W Month ago

    great video

  • Area 46 Productions

    Really enjoyed watching this is definitely learnt something new

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  • Urban Pictures
    Urban Pictures Month ago +1

    6:52 Can't you keyframe and draw a mask around the window, or key it out, or even use 10 min of after effects to remove it??