I remember very well when it was released. Back then, I was just about 14 years old, I thought it sounded quite fascinating (in France, they actually use the tag line ‘2 boys, 1 girl, 3 possibilities’ as the title which was actually a better choice). Ok, maybe I was just a little pervert but, anyway, I didn’t see the damned thing at the time and it took me eventually almost 20 years to finally see it. Eventually, I thought it was not bad at all after all. Indeed, I think it is a subject we don’t see very often in the movies and I thought it was fairly well developped. On top of that, it was the blessed time when Lara Flynn Boyle was a still a cute up-and-coming actress with still a bright future ahead of her. Same thing for Stephen Baldwin, at the time, he was rising from behind the shadows of his bigger brothers Alec and William but this movie would be one of his very few high profile projects. Obviously, it was still too clean and glossy to become really remarkable but I still had a weak spot for this flick and I think it is worth a look but don’t expect anything really amazing.