Other mistake: When the child takes Don and his colleague to see a pile of Ebola fever victims, the camera lingers on the "corpse" of a man who is breathing.
Continuity mistake: Towards the end of the movie when Don cannot sleep and goes to the cafe where he sees Jim, he enters the cafe and it is dark and raining. A few minutes later during the shots where the camera is on Jim, the window is behind him and you can now see it is very light outside.
Dr. Jim Curran: I personally don't care if these people were painted by Norman Rockwell, we still have to prove that the blood is contaminated. We gotta prove it. What do we know? What do we think? What can we prove?
Question: Don gets a call from the French verifying that the blind samples Don sent confirming their virus and the AIDS virus were the same. Don goes around the CDC office and tells everybody that the French also had the AIDS virus. This causes everybody to cheer. Why would the French having the virus make everybody cheer?
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