PG-13 | | Drama
Dan Aykroyd (Moss) and Carrie Fisher (Claudia) were a couple before she married Paul Simon.
What about "the moss?"
Dottie Ingels: Maybe you'll get to like "the moss", he grows on you.
When Erica and Opal run off to live with their father in Albany, it is clear they're not in Albany. For one the train station they get off at is a grand large station. Although still standing and in use as a bank, Albany abandon its large Union Station in downtown Albany for train service in 1968. In 1992 trains were using a small station located in the town of Rensselaer, which is across the Hudson River from Albany. Additionally en-route to their father's house they pass many small semi- detached homes which is reminiscent of Toronto, were most of the film was shot, rather than Albany where houses are larger and mostly detached.
Originally rated "R" by the MPAA, the sex scene between the two teenagers was trimmed a bit to earn a "PG-13" rating.
$72,440 23 February 1992