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Numerous Eugene, Oregon landmarks are recognizable in the film. The two guys share a smoke early on at the summit of Skinner Butte (Ya-po-ah) with the larger mountain Spencer Butte (Champate) in the background. The college campus scenes are filmed at the University of Oregon. See more »
Its a wonderful and crazy idea for a story line -- I'm almost ashamed I didn't think of this myself when I was in eighth grade biology! The movie offers a great soundtrack and the writing weaves in every possible cliché masterfully! Also, the clever references to frogs were subtly disbursed throughout. Very funny, provocative, sensitive and truly relatable. A complete success for fist time writer and director Martin Curland. I hope to see more from him.
The acting can be a little amateur at times, but who cares -- they're all so damn hot! There's no bitching and whining from this cast of characters -- just a healthy dose of examples of true friendship, support and understanding that is offered during a crisis. We can all use more of that!
Definitely watch this one and enjoy!
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