Lost and Delirious

Lost and Delirious (2001)

4 mistakes - chronological order

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Continuity mistake: When Ms. Vaughn speaks about love in the classroom, she writes the word 'love' on the blackboard and underlines this word. Then, in the next shot the word 'love' is written differently. (00:44:20)

Continuity mistake: In the classroom scene as Paulie defends Tori, who has been called up in front of the class to complete a math problem on the board, Paulie begins to write out the equation on the right side of the board in one shot. In the next shot, her calculations are completely different and figured on the left side instead.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Paulie wants Mouse (Mary) to cut Paulie's hair because she's "going to war," the angle of the shots differ as Paulie sits down and demands, "Just do it. Cut my hair." On pronouncing the word "hair," the shot changes from Paulie's face being very animated to suddenly very still, and her face turned away and looking down, almost like she never had time to finish her sentence. The audio got overlapped between shots, so it appears as if the last word viewers saw her lips form was "my."

Plot hole: If Tori (Jessica Pare) has fears of being discovered that she's a lesbian and involved with Paulie (Piper Perabo), why would they be making out in the schoolyard and hanging all over each other in the gazebo?

Mouse: Have you ever been really thirsty? And you open a carton of milk and you pour it in your mouth... and it's... sour. That happened. Inside me. Forever.

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Question: I'm looking for the title and performer of one of the songs from "Lost and delirious"; it's played when Paulie is going to visit the bird for the first time, and then the same song is played again when the credits roll. I've tried most of the songs listed in the credits but I haven't found the one I'm looking for. Can anyone help me?

Answer: It is apparently an original work called 'Ensemble vocal d'Outremont' by Foley artist Jérome Décarire. Foley is the sound effects used in film and television production. For example, a foley library consists of a data bank of available sounds. A foley technician will create sounds that do not exist in the library.


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