To Die for

To Die for (1995)

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Revealing mistake: At the cemetery, a reporter nudges a headstone and it moves, revealing it is fake.

Factual error: There is a scene where the teenage girl says "She lets me drive her car and I don't even have my Learner's Permit yet." The setting is in New Hampshire. New Hampshire does not issue Learner's Permits. NH law is that the driver must be at least 15 1/2 years of age and accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 25. You can then get a license at 16.

Suzanne Stone Maretto: You're not anybody in America unless you're on TV. On TV is where we learn about who we really are. Because what's the point of doing anything worthwhile if nobody's watching? And if people are watching, it makes you a better person.

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Trivia: The book's author, Joyce Maynard, makes a cameo as Suzanne's lawyer.

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