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(2006)

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With the exception of a few scenes (the final shot, the scene between Rafe and J.D. in the bathroom, the opening sequence, and a few others) the film was shot sequentially.
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Filmed in San Francisco, CA and Oakland, CA over the course of only 9 days in July, 2005.
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The owner of the loft apartment was still living on location during principal photography. He left early in the morning and returned late at night after filming was completed for the day.
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The director allowed the actors to improvise many sequences.
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The final sequence of the movie is one continuous shot. It was the first shot of the production, and was shot several times before the crew could get it perfect.
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In the original script, Rafe was supposed to create a beautiful hairstyle for Kris. When Mike Fallon couldn't, Michelle Mosley improvised the line, "Are you sure I don't look like Bjork?"
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The porn studio sequence was shot in the apartment actor Eleese Longino lived in at the time.
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The loft apartment the majority of the film takes place in had no air conditioning and almost no ventilation. The average temperature of the apartment during filming was around 85 degrees.
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