La Transversale : Time Travelling

Slaughterhouse-Five

George Roy Hill

1972
United States
1h44
Fiction
Col.
English with french subtitles

Slaughterhouse-Five follows the story of Billy Pilgrim, an American soldier taken prisoner by the Germans during WWII who survives the infamous fire bombings of Dresden. During his time as a P.O.W.– for reasons unexplained – he becomes “unstuck in time” and is warped to different periods of his life at the blink of an eye, from his married years after the war, to the day he dies, to the night he gets abducted by aliens, all the while figuring out what he considers to be the important things in life.

 

Cast
Michael Sacks, Ron Leibman, Eugene Roche, Sharon Gans, Valerie Perrine
Screenplay
Stephen Geller, d'après le roman de Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Photography
Miroslav Ondricek
Sound
James R. Alexander
Music
Glenn Gould
Art direction
Henry Bumstead
Editing
Dede Allen
Production
Universal Pictures, Vanadas Productions

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