Nicholas Zebrun wrote the part of Jennifer specifically with Chelsea Collins in mind. When he first offered it to her their Sophomore year in high school, she turned it down, citing scheduling conflicts. Part of the reason the film never got made during Zebrun's high school tenure was because of his reluctance to re-cast the role, feeling that Collins was perfect for it. See more »
In the opening tracking shot where Will goes to buy a drink from the vending machine, the camera operator can be seen briefly in a passing window. See more »
This story is about High School. It is a story based around the authoritarian regime that all schools impose and that we'll concentrate on later in the narration. This story began on a day not terribly dissimilar from this one. In room 419, Mrs. Parson's chemistry class was dissecting a frog. In the woman's gym class, a freshman girl got her period for the first time and left school early. In AP English, a frank and honest discussion was had about the merits of genius and the benefits of being ...
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During the opening credit sequence, just after the credit for music supervisor is shown, the character of Greg turns off a car radio (and turns off the credits) to ask if they must continue to listen to the music. The character of Will says that they must and turns the music (and the credits) back on. See more »