The film was shot at and around David Hamilton's own house in Saint Tropez, which is 800 years old.
The film contains no dialogue at all, although the characters occasionally laugh and giggle. The soundtrack is the music of Benoit Wiedemann. Stills from the film can be seen in Hamilton's book The Dance. Some shots in the film are taken from his books Sisters and Dreams of a Young Girl.
This film is available on DVD in the UK.
A book of images from the film, A Summer in St. Tropez, was released in 1983.