Goofs - Sweet November (2001)
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Sweet November (2001)

Genres: Drama, Romance

Taglines: She Just Needed A Month To Change His Life For Ever.

Director: Pat O'Connor

Writers: Herman Raucher, Paul Yurick, Kurt Voelker

Stars: Keanu Reeves, Charlize Theron, Jason Isaacs, Greg Germann, ...

The story centers around a man and a woman, whose fates are intertwined and will change forever. Nelson is an avid advertiser living in San Francisco. One day, during a driving test, he meets Sara, a beautiful but seemingly eccentric woman. But, she is falsely accused of cheating and ends up failing the test because of Nelson. After getting kicked out of the exam, Sara waits for him outside and starts to insult him. However, Nelson ignores her and takes off. Then, she traces him down and shows up at his place. She promises to leave him alone only if he gives her a ride. Later that night, she asks him to live with her throughout November on the promise that his life will change for the better. He turns her down saying that he has a girlfriend. On the first day of November, after being fired and dumped on the very same day, Nelson decides to give it a try and then somehow, agrees to spend the whole month with Sara and finds himself in a desperate love affair that he will remember for ...
The DMV proctor's eyeglasses mysteriously appear and disappear off of his face while he is talking Sara.
Nelson's green shirt keeps appearing and disappearing on his right shoulder during his and Sara's first long kiss.
The number of flowers on the orchid stalk that Nelson holds out the taxi window - four when viewed from inside the cab, only three when seen from outside.
When Nelson stops to let Sara out, his fog lights alternate between off and on between shots.
During the Boat Race, the radio-controlled submarine that is put into the water has no fair-water planes (the big ones on the coning tower) yet when they show it under water during one shot it has them.
In the beginning of the film Nelson is in a towel talking on the phone. In the matter of one line Nelson becomes fully dress. There is not enough time for him to button the shirt and put on his belt.
Sometimes the sound of a cable car bell can be heard in Sara's neighborhood or apartment. There are no cable cars in that part of San Francisco, and therefore no cable car bells.
When Sara and Nelson take the dogs to the beach, Sara has three dogs on a leash. Nelson has two. That makes five. They set the dogs free to run and for the rest of the beach scene there are only three dogs.
When Nelson is apologizing to Sara from the cab after turning down the lucrative job offer, you can see several people in a large second story window watching the production in the background.
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Nelson's Clio Awards on his mantle are teardrop-shaped, see-through colored glass. A Clio actually resembles an Emmy: a tall, skinny, solid metal female-shaped figurine holding a globe over its head.
Sara is, apparently, a vegan; however, the first morning she fixes breakfast for Nelson and herself, she cracks (and begins cooking) several eggs from a carton.
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see hi
Regarding the bag of gifts "Santa" brought in through the window: the dishwasher seems rather heavy and large to fit into the red bag and we don't see him bring it in the window, or through the door like when he went to pick up Ernie. We also never see him plug in/turn on/prepare the tiny bubble maker, yet it is pumping out bubbles when he uncovers it.