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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Which Way to Turn?
When Harry, Ron and Hermione leave Hagrid’s Hut (First time) Hermione turns round and think she sees something (Which is her self in the future) then Ron says ‘Let's go’ and Hermione turns anti-clockwise and runs up. Later in the film at the same place in the future when Ron says ‘Let's go’ Hermione turns the other way, clockwise.
Just a little slip up I noticed.
By Stuart
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The Spaz Queen writes:
This has actually been bugging me too. People keep saying that these kind of things are slip ups but they can actually be explained. You see, each time something happens it's a different person doing it. Let's take Hermione for example. In the scene where she is hiding behind the pumkin and turns around in response to the other Hermione, there are two Hermione's right? Well each time she goes back in time, it's a different Hermione doing it. So it only makes sense that little things like that would be different. I hope I didn't just confuse the crap out of you. : )
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Heather writes:
Oh yeah :) Not only that, but she says "I thought I just saw...never mind," in two entirely different tones of voice. It makes me crazy every time I see it that they weren't a little more careful about continuity.
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