Divided into chapters, the film focuses on the course of two couples’ rocky romances, as well as the love lives of their friends and associates. Linda Dancing for singles and Steve Dunne, a couple wavering on whether to commit to each other, and Debbie Hunt, who is trying to find Mr.
Right – a man who would make an ideal romantic partner – by making a video to express her desire. The events of the film are set against the backdrop of the early 1990s grunge movement in Seattle and features appearances from several musicians prominent in that movement. Cliff realizes that Janet is the one for him after she finally gives up on their relationship. Filming began on March 11, 1991. Principal photography wrapped on May 24, 1991. Additional concert footage was shot in the now-defunct RKCNDY bar. Most of Matt Dillon’s wardrobe in the movie actually belonged to Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament.
During the making of the film, Ament produced a list of song titles for the fictional band, Citizen Dick. Citizen Dick CD with the track listing on the CD itself. Pleasant is about the only word I can think of to describe the thing. Capitol Hill’s Coryell Court Apartments—the building in which the main characters live. The event was attended by over 1,000 people.