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(1994)

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More physically intimate footage was shot between 'Stephen Baldwin' and 'Josh Charles (I)', notably a kissing scene during the big "three-way", and a one-on-one sex scene that occurred after Alex moves out. Baldwin discussed these scenes being cut in print interviews when the film came out.
In the years after the film, Baldwin became a born-again Christian, a member of the Republican Party, and occasionally makes public appearances with Republican officials. He has distanced himself from the film in interviews and felt the need to state that he is not bisexual or interested in threesomes.
Director Andrew Fleming has said this film is closely based on a similar experience he had during college.
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The movie Eddy talks about, which he watches in French film class, about two men falling in love with the same woman, is Jules and Jim (1962).
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Further cementing its place in time as a product of Generation X culture, Threesome was released in theaters on April 8, 1994, the same day it was announced Kurt Cobain had been found dead.
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Billy Baldwin was considered for the role of Stuart but was later deemed to old for the part. His brother Stephen Baldwin was later cast in the part.

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Andrew Fleming:  at the beginning of the film, screaming from a dorm window.

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