Was to be shot while Nicholas Zebrun was still in high school, but scheduling conflicts and lack of preparation prevented this from happening. Of the original cast/crew hired during those years, only executive producer/editor David Sowden, actor Mark Spears and actress Chelsea Collins stayed on for the entire project. 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 »
Love is a game. Nothing more than a game. You have your winners and your losers.
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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 »
Some versions of the film omit the 10-minute long rant about soccer moms, etc. and replaces it with an extended scene of Melissa showing Greg the good grade on her test. All in all this version runs about 8 minutes shorter than the original. See more »