Originally Posted by TheDigitalZombi
Obviously films have to make edits to cut out the tediousness nature of travelling anywhere, but when the film is set one place and features landmarks or geography from another, it's something else.
I'm thinking of Kevin Costner landing at the white cliffs of Dover and walking to Nottingham in the space of a morning for Prince of Thieves.
During that walk he also seems to walk the length of Hadrian's Wall, a good 300/400 miles north of him. Perhaps he craved a Newcastle Brown Ale?