Laurel has the boyfriend of her dreams: Kevin. He can and will do anything for her. He is totally devoted to her but the down-side is that he never leaves her alone. When she tries to get some distance he responds with aggression. It finally dawns on Laurel that he is not good for her. Laurel's mother Jessica has already started to suspect that something is wrong with his background.
Alone. In love. Afraid. She gave him her heart. Now he wants her life.
Did You Know?
During the early stages of filming, Tori Spelling
was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible. See more
Laurel's weight fluctuates near the beginning of the film. This is especially noticeable when she argues with Kevin in her dorm room. In the next scene, where she is in the exercise class, she is noticeably thinner. See more
Written by Rob Lulic, Bob D'Eith, Lyndon Johnson and Nelson Sinclair
Performed by Rhymes With Orange
(C) 1994 Citrus Soul Productions Ltd.
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