This has nothing to do with the switcher in "That Thing You Do," but the comment on that film reminded me of my experience seeing it. This summer I was in Katowice, Poland when I saw the film perched in the balcony of an gigantic theater. The film attempts to show how quaint life in the US in the fifties was. However, as the camera showed the bulbous b/w tv's and clunky washers, I could see the native filmgoers marvelling at US technology. I don't think we know how well off we are. David Ezell ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.