- California Doubling: Takes place in St. Louis, Missouri, but was filmed in Los Angeles. For those who don't know, keep in mind that St. Louis does not look like Los Angeles, at all.
- Completely Different Title:
- The movie had a variety of names internationally, with Seductive Angel or Divine but Dangerous being commonly used, though the Brazilian one in particular sticks out, loosely translated as Is This That Woman?
- The Hungarian release translates to Sensual Disappointment.
- The Italian release uses the punny title Un Corpo Da Reato (A Body Of Crime/A Body To Commit Crime For)
- Technology Marches On: Numerous characters fawn over the fact that one of the characters owns... a DVD player. It'd be a minor thing, but the movie just keeps harping on it, with two characters even deciding to rob the DVD player owner's house, and arguing heatedly about who get to keep this fine luxury item. This was bordering on dated even in 2001, when DVD players were falling rapidly in price. Might have made more sense circa '97-98 when they were still very new.
- What Could Have Been: The original script was going to include Jewel's point of view about things as well, however director Harald Zwart removed it (with Stan Seidel's permission) as he felt it was more interesting to leave her background mysterious.
Trivia / One Night at McCool's