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A young man is found bruised, beaten and stumbling down a secluded road. As the police try to piece together what happened, the convoluted relationship between a young woman and her two suitors gradually emerges. Written by
Rachael Leigh Cook's character, Jenny, smokes in the film. Cook is a non-smoker in real life and smoked prop cigarettes for the film. See more »
Jenny is using an Olympus SLR camera when doing Alan's portrait session. The shutter sound is not that of an Olympus which has a distinctive "ker-klug" sound. Though is is still a focal plane shutter and not a leaf shutter, it most assuredly is not the recorded sound of an Olympus focal plane shutter. See more »
You know, the whole Twinky thing would be freaky enough if you didn't also have to wear it.
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A good cast does their best with an average script that, although predictable, is still watchable until the very end. Shawn Hatosy (The Faculty) plays David who fancies the pants off his close friend Jenny (Rachael Leigh Cook She's all that), although the reality hits him that she only regards him as a friend and nothing more.
things change dramatically when David's ultra confident and slightly mysterious old friend Alan (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers Velvet Goldmine) appears on the scene and sweeps Jenny off her feet, leaving David feeling very jealous indeed as well as concerned as he knows all too well of Alan's dodgy past. The story is told from David's point of view and includes many flashbacks as the story unfolds which do not always work. Plus, the final 'twist' is absolutely no surprise at all.
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