Reality Sound Bites might make a better title for this thirtysomething comedy by Scott Saunders (1993), which was shot on video and transferred to 16-millimeter film. Set in New York and archly and unevenly acted, it’s presented in the form of a video diary of a neurotic, unemployed video editor and part-time musician (played by a musician and one of the film’s cowriters, Michael Kaniecki). You might find some wit here if you can plow through the amateurishness, but I was too bored to try. With Zelda Gergei and Bob McGrath.