PG-13 | | Drama
A smart first-year med student takes nothing seriously, except the pursuit of his Gross Anatomy (human dissection) lab partner. It's up to her and their teacher to find a way to convince ... See full summary »
According to Thom Eberhardt, there was two minutes cut out of the film which took place after the love scene between Matthew Modine and Daphine Zuniga which made the film feel more like "An Officer And A Gentleman" in medical school which was ... ...
You know, when I filled out my housing application, I asked for a roommate who was quiet, serious, and neat. How did you describe yourself?
Joe Slovak: I lied.
The buccinator muscle is primarily a muscle of facial expression, although it is also an assistant muscle of mastication.
There are at least two versions of this film in circulation. When the Premium Channel Showtime showed the film around 1990-1991 the following scenes were different: During the interview process, when Matthew Modine is being questioned by the admissions staff, a funny line existed in the film where one of them asks, "Why are you here?" Modine's character (Joe Slovack) responds, "I look good in white." This dialog was not present in Showtime's version of the film.
Written by Todd Field
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