Short Film Looks At KISS’ “Beth” From Beth’s Point Of View

Posted by on April 24, 2013


What happens when the creative director of an ad agency wonders what Beth’s side of the story was from KISS’ 1976 ballad “Beth” was? The end result is a 4:30 short film, also titled Beth, that was the brainchild of Bob Winter of Crispin Porter + Bogusky. In the hysterical, and completely not based on fact film, Criss keeps repeating lines from the song while Beth, a suburban housewife, asks when he’ll be home for dinner. If you’re familiar with the song, then it’s good for a laugh, but we wouldn’t be surprised if Gene and Paul have already filed a lawsuit.

[Adweek, via Gill]


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