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A funny tongue in cheek romp about a try-hard hit-man who is trying to organise his first big hit. Not all that bad a movie. The DVD version actually has interviews with all the cast, and a full cinematographic analysis of the movie which you can listen to instead of the soundtrack. Now admittedly this is for die-hard fans of schlock noir, or for the mums and mates of the cast and crew, but some (like me) may find the gratuitous commentary interesting.
Moder and Richardson started making Super 8 movies at High School - the style of SNAK was evident in these early movies (circa 1983), which actually pre-date Tarintino's Pulp Fiction by many years, although SNAK would be regarded as derivative. I recall seeing Pulp Fiction and thinking that Moder/Richardson had been pipped at the post. I enjoyed watching their riposte, and was glad to see that all those shirts that were stained with false blood over the years actually bore fruit.
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