The Girl Next Door
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Continuity mistake: As the popular kids are speeding past the school security guard, notice the last car a black pick up truck. There are six kids in the back of the truck. In the very next shot you can see there are only two kids in the back. Although one of the kids was crouched in front of the kids that were standing up and might have been obscured from view, the other three were sitting in plain view and have disappeared. (00:08:55)

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Revealing mistake: Just before the security guard smashes his car into the oncoming car, you can see he has been replaced by an stunt dummy. (00:09:25)

Lummie

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Continuity mistake: When Matt, his friends and Danielle arrive at the party, Danielle is wearing a top where her cleavage is visible. When they enter the house, Danielle is wearing a different top where you can't see her cleavage.

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Visible crew/equipment: When Kelly bursts into the classroom and pulls the main character out of the chair there is a shot of them from behind as they leave. There you can see the battery pack on the back of the main characters pants. (00:59:00)

Continuity mistake: When the guy goes to get in Danielle's car after he strips for her, he opens the door and the window is up; but when he closes the door, the window is down. (00:16:50)

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Trivia: In the director's commentary, Luke Greenfield revealed that during the scene where Emile Hirsch is getting a lap dance in the strip club (the scene might have been removed in the theatrical version) they had to put about 4 pillows between Emile Hirsch and the stripper. This was due to the fact that Emile Hirsch was only 17 when the film was made and under child pornography laws he could not have a naked woman touch his body. (00:42:40)

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Question: The parent-to-child mini-movie, was that a real film or was it specially made for this one?

Answer: It is an actual sex education film titled "Parent to Child About Sex" by The Film Library Department of Human Resources.

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