Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., discusses his development as a writer, including reference to some of his major novels, his themes and their meaning, his relationship to other writers, problems in sustaining his special vision of American life, and his future. Accompanied by photographs which chronicle the author’s life and selections from home movies taken during his youth.
Director: Harold Mantell.
Stars: Kurt Vonnegut, Jr (narrator).
Found on Archive.org, as with many 16mm scans you can find there colors are faded and brightness totally blown up but it’s watchable.