Goofs from Andrei Rublev (Andrey Rublyov) (Andrej Rubljow)
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- The smoothly-cut logs that feature many times in the early scenes are clearly cut with machinery not available in the early fifteenth century.
- After Rublev comments that nothing is more terrible than snow falling in a temple, some of it lands on Durochka's hair and is clearly a white feather.
- A woman is seen swimming past Andrei's boat using the front crawl technique. This technique was only introduced to the European continent in the latter part of the 19th century.
- In the final scene, set in 1424, Rublev vows to paint an icon of the Trinity. This icon was executed in 1410, 14 years earlier.