A SWELL TIME
Jacqueline T. Lynch
Copyright 2011 Jacqueline T. Lynch
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Short story: 3,100 words, humor. A film director puts a new spin on his classic 1944 movie in a controversial interview. The cynical present stomps on the innocence of the past, and old movie buffs may never forgive him.
Many film directors enjoy talking about their movies, but Warren Somersby did not. This was the first interview he granted in forty years.
However, despite his initial reticence, the more he detailed the psycho-sexual nuances of his 1944 film “A Swell Time,” the easier it became for him to discuss this, his most important work. The interviewer’s jaw dropped, not quite to the floor.