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James Babson, who has a small part as Pugh's dad, also auditioned for the role of William Bonin. See more »
When Bonin wakes up in one of the scenes, he turns off the alarm on an alarm clock with an electronic digital screen. Such clocks were not yet on the market during this time period (1979 - 1980). See more »
The movie itself wasn't so bad. However the storyline could've been fleshed out a little bit more. My pet peeve was that the movie was filled with so many Anochronisms, it threw the story off a bit. This was set around 1979-1980, but it looked very low budget. There were modern cars everywhere, besides the ones used by the actors themselves. The convenience store was riddled with current versions of consumer products, Bonin's alarm clock was digital, etc. Just seems like they didn't make a good effort at setting the theme of the movie to have been in the past. It was shot more like a student film on a shoestring budget.
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