10 Movie Mistakes Ironies of fate that go unnoticed even after the tenth revision

10 Movie Mistakes Ironies of fate that go unnoticed even after the tenth revision

They could have been punished for one of the mistakes in the USSR.

For fifty years, it has been simply impossible for most Russians to celebrate the New Year without Eldar Ryazanov’s masterpiece. “The Irony of Fate” is watched again and again, transported to a winter evening in 1975 and indulging in nostalgia. However, few people notice that the talented director made a lot of mistakes, which can only be seen if you look closely.

The first mistake already appeared in the opening credits, which seemed unacceptable in Soviet times! The editors made a typographical error in the word “exclusively” and the letter “l” was lost. The video also discussed 9 other movie blunders:

Most of the inconsistencies are due to the inattention of the creators: handles on cabinet doors appear and disappear, plates change location on the table, props change color in a split second. In one of the scenes you actually see a member of the film crew.

The most noticeable and memorable mistake was the photo of Yuri Yakovlev, which turned into a photo of Oleg Basilashvili in the same period. The fact is that it was Oleg Valerianovich who was supposed to play Ippolit, but the role ultimately went to Yuri Vasilyevich.

There is another moment that the Russians consider a blunder: the scene at the airport. To this day, viewers wonder how to let someone with a different passport and in a state of alcoholic intoxication board the plane? Later, the creators explained that the documents were not so carefully checked at the time and that the drunkard on board was just an assumption important to the plot.

Photo source: Mosfilm

Author: Vasilisa Mironova

Source: Popcorn News

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