Monday, November 17, 2014
Killing Kennedy (2013)
On the other side of the coin, we see Kennedy struggling with what to do in response to the missle crisis in Cuba, where he is quite presidential, counterbalanced by his cavorting with women in the White House. His wife knows and yet she remains devoted to him, and in some ways he to her as well. None of this is delved into in any depth, and so it is left as a series of events rather than an integrated plot.
What is crystal clear is that Oswald worked alone, a paranoid and isolated man, separated from his wife nad children and convinced of the rightness of what he is doing.