(A One-Act Play)
By Len Schweitzer
Copyright 2012 Len Schweitzer
Published by Black Bay Books at Smashwords
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Snuff Movie began as a short story sent to The Paris Review. On the rejection slip was a personal message from one reader, saying it reminded him of "got a cobra snake for a necktie," referring to the song "Who Do You Love." Since the narrative was in the first person, it became an early mad monologue by one of the main characters, Czarda. His name, I believe, is Hungarian for "dance." In Miami I remember a Hungarian restaurant called "Czarda's."