Saw III

Saw III (2006)

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Suggested correction: They do show burns throughout the rest of the scene.

Revealing mistake: When Kerry is in the Angel trap there is a close up of her about to put her hand in the acid for the first time before it changes to a spinning shot. In the close up, watch very closely and you will see her fingertips enter the acid but she doesn't get burned or scream in pain. (00:15:40)

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Suggested correction: You don't always feel the pain straight way when under immense physical stress.

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What about not being burned? That's still a mistake.

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Suggested correction: First of all, she doesn't fall to the ground. She stumbles after being shot and then slowly collapses to a seated position. There is also no dummy being used, as Shawnee Smith's face is visible in every shot of her until she dies.

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Revealing mistake: When Eric Matthews is smashing his foot, he hits it the first time and it shows a close up. If you watch the small amount of blood when he hits it again they have used the same shot. (00:04:00)

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Trivia: The camera moves from Troy's crime scene to Kerry in the bathtub in one shot - Dina Meyer had to run around the set, undress, and jump into the tub. If you look closely, you can still see the water moving from when she jumped in.

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Question: In both Saw II and III we learn that Amanda is working for Jigsaw, after her test in the first movie. However I don't see the reason why she had to be in a game again, in Saw II. I was hoping that to be explained in Saw III, but apparently, it wasn't. Please enlighten me.

Answer: In Saw V, Jigsaw explains to Hoffman that Amanda's purpose in the second game was make sure the others followed the rules.

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Answer: In Saw II, Amanda pretended to be one of the prisoners, so she could observe her fellow prisoners.

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