To make a long story short, if you hate this movie, I probably hate you. This movie is just so uplifting, touching, and entertaining simultaneously that I could write a thesis on it, I swear. I categorize it alongside such similarly heart-warming indie efforts as (500) Days of Summer, but this ground-breaking, all-too-brief demonstration of everything right with American cinema is the best of the batch. For the uninitiated, beware, as films of this nature are an acquired taste.
Slaughterhouse-Five is a 1972 film based on Kurt Vonnegut's novel of the same name. The screenplay is by Stephen Geller and the film was directed by George Roy Hill. It stars Michael Sacks, Ron Leibman, and Valerie Perrine, and features Eugene Roche, Sharon Gans, Holly Near, and Perry King. The scenes set in Dresden were filmed in Prague. The other scenes were filmed in Minnesota.
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