The November Man -- A question that really bothered me.


This question bothered me to the point of me making a profile to ask you guys about it.

Essentially, in the first five minutes of 'The November Man', a sniper shoots an assassin in the head, but in the process, some how shoots a much shorter child in the stomach. This is from an elevated position.

My question is: How?

How do you, standing above someone, shoot someone in the head, and then somebody IN FRONT of them in the stomach. And besides that, the way he's positioned, there was no way for the kid to be anywhere near where the guy was shot at. This was just to contrive the plot.

The magic of movie editing.

But really an error in a film no one really gave a **** about to begin with. Still better than any of the Brosnan Bond films.