Singles

Singles (1992)

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Corrected entry: In the scene near the end of the movie when Janet (Bridget Fonda) and Cliff (Matt Dillon) are on the elevator in their apartment building, why is Cliff on the elevator - he lives in a basement apartment. We see his apartment in a previous scene where Janet comes through his opened front door and there are stairs leading down, and at the beginning of the movie when Scott Campbell points to where all of his neighbours live.

PearlJammer1964

Correction: Visiting another neighbor, putting something in storage, etc. There are several reasons he might be on the elevator at any time.

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Trivia

When Campbell Scott is in a depressed state, lying on his back on the floor, listen to Blue Train jazz music in the background. It's the same song used in Jerry Maguire when Tom Cruise and Reene Zellweger have sex. Apparently Cameron Crowe loves this song.

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