Director: Pablo Larraín, USA, 2016, 100 mins
Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig
The assassination of JFK is one of the most pivotal and well documented moments in American history but Pablo Larrain quickly dispenses with our preoccupation with conspiracy. Instead, this fascinating film explores the immediate aftermath as Jackie Kennedy grieves for the husband she has lost.
Natalie Portman shows how she has grown as an actor, portraying the First Lady with an uncanny verisimilitude, as she struggles to fight for her husband’s legacy.
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