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Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.: A Self-Portrait

USA, 1975 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Harold Mantell

Kurt Vonnegut Jr. speaks candidly about his self-discovery as a writer, his themes and his special vision of American life.

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