This is my excuse to post a frame from Keith Snyder’s new short movie “I Love You, I’m Sorry, And I Won’t Do It Again.”
It’s hard to explain. Keith’s a musician who writes mystery novels and makes films. Or, he’s a filmmaker who plays music and writes mystery novels. I’m pretty sure he’s not a mystery novelist who makes films and music, because he hasn’t published a novel in some time, and obviously didn’t earn enough to keep him writing.
Let’s just say he creates things and leave it at that, and that if you’re interested in creative people, you should check him out. His previous movie, “Credo” a nine-minute musical number about God and violence, is beginning to hit the film circuit and has won a few awards. (In fact, that gunsel holding the roscoe is the actor who played God in “Credo.”)
As for “I Love You” — which he’s still working on — at the risk of annoying Keith, I see it as a musical outtake from “Pulp Fiction,” only with a better sense of humor than QT’s.