We’re all just doing our best to keep going right now. Revisiting old faves, creating new art, or discovering new loves—anything we can do to distract ourselves. To that end,
Martha Coolidge’s super sweet ’83 flick is a comedic twist on
With a stellar New Wave soundtrack and brilliant script, it’s no surprise
The Girls Are Still Close Friends!
Almost Everyone Got Sick Whilst Shooting!
When reminiscing about shooting the film, Daily remembered a kinda gross and hilarious anecdote that sparked some memories. “I did a make out scene with that scene that was so painful to shoot. The scene with I’m in the at the party with Tommy. I had a really bad cold that just lingered and I was taking like garlic pills. So I just remember thinking poor guy.” Turns out that Daily wasn’t the only one to fall ill during the
E.G. Daily and Deborah Foreman Were Once Roommates!
That friendship would last the nearly four decades since the film’s release! And Daily revealed that her and Foreman even lived together for a period. “Debbie and I, we ended up being roommates at one point! Can I say that? It was a really special time and we bonded over a really special event as well.”
Deborah Foreman didn’t originally love that iconic montage!
Foreman has a sequence that she really loves. Surprisingly, that wasn’t something she expected. “I think that whole montage thing that I shot with Randy is extremely special. You know, when I was doing it, it’s not that I poo pooed it, but I didn’t see its value at the time. Because I didn’t see Martha’s vision until I saw the film.”
The iconic sleepover scene was just as fun to film as you’ve imagined!
Thinking back to their favorite scenes Holicker thought of the slumber party fondly. “We had no craft service, so we ate everything! We ate chips. We ate everything we could get our hands on. So there was a lot of bonding that particular that particular day, I think.” her co-star Daily agreed. “I think the slumber party was really sweet. It felt really intimate and silly. It felt like there was a lot of beautiful youth, there was so young thing about it. That was just so precious. It was funny too. Some of the lines are a little bit ad-libbed in that scene.”