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(2006)

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X's rental car is a 2004 Jaguar XKR.
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Only one character in the film has both a first and a last name, Gregory Talbot, portrayed by Patrick Bauchau.
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X's motorcycle is a 2005 Ducati.
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The book that X first picks up in the bookstore, after being caught in the rain, is entitled "Women Loving Women." The title corresponds to a real book, by Jamye Waxman, however, the publication date of the book was not until April 1, 2007, which is after both the production dates and the release date for the film.
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Film debut for Molly Manago (Cheyenne), Clifford Harrington (Renaldo), Kyle Santler (Scooter), Peyton Hinson (Jill), George Jonson (Blondie) and Derek Magyar (X).
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Gregory is referred to as age 79 early in the film, but Patrick Bauchau was just 67 years old during production of the film. Also, Gregory has not left his apartment in eight years, since the death of his partner, Renaldo, making Gregory approximately 71 years old at the time of Renaldo's death after more than fifty years together. In the flashback scenes, Gregory and Renaldo looked about fifteen or sixteen when they met (although the actor portraying Young Gregory, Chris Bethards, was about 21 years old at the time of production), which would have made their actual relationship about 55-56 years long.
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Feature film debut for Derek Magyar, who portrays X.
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Feature film debut for George Jonson, who portrays Blondie.
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Feature film debut for Peyton Hinson, who portrays Jill.
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Film debut (and as of January 2015, the only role) for Kyle Santler, who portrays Scooter.
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Film debut (and as of January 2015, the only role) for Clifford Harrington, who portrays Renaldo.
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Film debut (and as of January 2015, the only role) for Molly Manago, who portrays Cheyenne.
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Director Cameo 

Q. Allan Brocka:  As "Bruce Lee", one of X's "Twelve Disciples".
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

X's real name is Alex.
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Gregory is referred to as age 79 early in the film, but Patrick Bauchau was just 67 years old during production of the film. Also, Gregory has not left his apartment in eight years, allegedly since the death of his supposed partner, Renaldo, making Gregory approximately 71 years old at the time of Renaldo's supposed death after more than fifty years together. In the flashback scenes, Gregory and Renaldo looked about fifteen or sixteen when they met (although the actor portraying Young Gregory, Chris Bethards, was about 21 years old at the time of production), which would have made their actual relationship about 55-56 years long. Later in the film, Gregory says "I haven't left my rooms since Diana's memorial," which was a reference to the televised funeral of Princess Diana, which was in September 1997, eight plus years before the release date of this film, televised as "Diana: The Nation's Farewell" on September 6, 1997.
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