Goofs and Gaffes - Garland's War - The disappearing sign

By Rich Cross   Last updated on 21 December 2020, 13:12:22

It's a sign! (Except when it's not)...


Pausing at a junction, Abby checks the map, and hears the sound of gunfire
When Abby meets Jenny and Greg at the junction, the story of her adventure is too garbled for them to understand at first

Where are we?: After Jenny reveals the existence of a group of children of Peter's age at the Waterhouse settlement, Abby sets off on her own in search of her son. Pausing at a junction, she checks the map, and hears the sound of gunfire...

What's the goof?: This road junction appears twice in Garland's War - note the road sign up on the bank, as Abby first drives past...

Where are we?: Garland has been captured, and a distraught Abby sent packing by Knox's men. When she meets Jenny and Greg at the junction, the story of her adventure is too garbled for them to understand at first...

What's the goof?: Back at the same road junction, that road sign is nowhere in sight...


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 Cross, R. (2021). 'Goofs and Gaffes - Garland's War - The disappearing sign,' [online] Survivors: A World Away, 31 January. Available at: https://www.survivors-mad-dog.org.uk/a-world-away/GoofGW02.php. Accessed on: 24 June 2024.

 
   

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