Based on a 1978 incident in Pasadena, California where a local girls convent school held a dance for the boys from a nearby honor camp.

What Lisa Taylor is doing at the pond is recreating a famous 1851 painting by John Everett Millais titled "Ophelia".

The movie playing in the theater is Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985). However, the scenes are shown out of order.

Feature film debuts of D.B. Sweeney and Kari Wuhrer.

Final theatrical film of Ann Savage and her first film role in 33 years. Her previous work was in Woman They Almost Lynched (1953).

Craig Sheffer and D.B. Sweeney later appeared together in Fire in the Sky (1993).

The scene at the end of the film where Joe and Lisa jump from the cliff face is the same location where John Rambo jumped off in First Blood.