When calling out the current being applied to each subject, Zoe uses kilovolts (kV). During the attempt on the second dog, Zoe calls out "11 kilowatts" instead.
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When applying the bandage to Zoe's head, it's clearly backwards with the white side facing out, then later it is applied in the proper direction.
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When Frank puts the syringe of Embutramide down on the floor, in the close-up it is clearly empty.
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During the experiments on the pig and the dog, it is stated that the Lazarus drug needs to be injected into their temporal lobes. However when they are trying to bring Zoe back the needle is in fact inserted into her frontal lobe. The temporal lobe on a human is farther back and lower.
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The characters place the dog and Olivia Wilde into the MRI scanner to look at their brains.The machine is actually a CT scanner.
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The board game that Clay and Niko are playing in an early scene is Settlers of Catan, which requires at least 3 people to play, but there was only 2 of them.
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Also, when the bandage was applied it was on the right side of her, later when she checked it, it was on the left side; it's her reflection in the mirror.
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When the group is trying to resuscitate Zoe, you can see Olivia Wilde breathing.
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Just after Niko (Donald Glover) is killed, and everyone else is in the same room, Clay (Evan Peters) and Frank (Mark Duplass) get in a verbal argument about using the phone. In the sequence, you can see the blanket worn by Zoe (Olivia Wilde) change positions from two very different takes and stitched together to make this one scene.
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