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Although scenes are set in Liberia, the car number plates are all Ghanaian; WR standing for Western Region and AS for Ashanti Region.
Kevin is sat watching Faith in the Future whilst protecting the Gilchrist family.
One Night In Bangkok by Murray Head is heard when Alex enters the strip club. Murray Head is playing Hewson, the character Alex trails in to the club.
Seal's Crazy is playing when Barry is at Hal's flat.
Lousie's song Arms Around The World is playing in the pub whilst Johnson is drinking.
All external shots of Ralston as she drives to the drop off point for the second shipment of cocaine clearly show someone sitting in the passenger seat; however, all internal shots show that she is the only person in the car.
Country House by Blur is playing on the pub jukebox when Katherine joins the others for a drink.
When Andreotti meets up with Davies' crew in the pub, You Gotta Be by Desree is playing on the jukebox.
Webster tells Maddern that he is a war baby and that careless talk costs lives. The slogan was coined by the Ministry of Information in 1940 to warn the British against talking too freely during World War Two in case information was overheard by enemy sympathisers.
Arnie recognises one of Short's friends as a football club fundraiser and Katherine is shocked, suggesting Arnie doesn't look like the football type. Arnie retorts that it's probably because he doesn't look like David Mellor. He is referring to the shamed Tory MP David Mellor, who allegedly wore a Chelsea kit whilst having sex with his mistress, Antonia de Sancha.
Tommy plays All Right Now by Free on the pub jukebox.
Diane checks if the country that exported the consignment of products made from endangered species has signed the CITES Agreement. This stands for the 'Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.' It was established in 1973 to prevent the trade in products such as ivory and bear bile.
Mbuto is supposed to be a diplomat for the Central African Republic however the flag shown out side the embassy is not from that country.
Webster and Nicki discuss Victor someone who liked the product so much he bought the company. They are discussing American businessman Victor Kiam who endorsed his own product, the Remington shaver, in a popular television advertising campaign.