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15 November 1970 (Spain)  »

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The Two Kennedys  »

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"This is a story of power"
27 March 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This one comes from Italy, so this offers a slightly different look at the assassinations of not only John, and Robert Kennedy, but touches base on the assassinations of Martin Luther King, among others.

This is more about power struggles between east and west, and how political assassinations were used during the cold war to control oil, uranium, and wealth of big business.

The neat thing is, this film didn't reach the United States until 1976. Believe me, it does have something to say. In the beginning, it asks the viewer(s) to forgive the shortcomings of the film. I know my copy's picture quality isn't the best, and the sound effects are of the "Spaghetti Western" type, but it really makes you think.

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