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Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time

From the Film's Official Website Kurt Vonnegut was an unconventional writer, his work equal parts funny, serious, grim, and lighthearted; at the center of every one of his books is both an adulation for the best of humanity and a disappointment at our seeming inability to embrace that side of our nature. Such an unique writer, therefore, deserves nothing short of a unique documentary about his life and work, and Robert Weide's Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time  is that documentary. The documentary is unconventional in that, while it purports to be the definitive documentary on the life and work of its eponymous subject, it's actually much more than that. In addition to being that documentary, it is also the story of a long-time friendship between the documentary's director and its subject. Vonnegut and Weide, upon making one another's acquaintance, quickly bring each other into their respective karasses , and their lives remain perpetually intertwined for the remainder

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