A documentary destined to calmly explain and analyze the facts, myths and rumours about John Kennedy's assassination and the overwhelming use of information in Oliver Stone's epic "JFK" (...
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A documentary destined to calmly explain and analyze the facts, myths and rumours about John Kennedy's assassination and the overwhelming use of information in Oliver Stone's epic "JFK" (1991), at the same time it presents a behind the scenes documentary on the controversial film. Features interviews with the cast and director, and the personalities who lived and remember the facts concerning the November 22, 1963, like reporters, eyewitnesses and others, and some of the real characters from the movie, like Jim Garrison, Numa Bertel, Lou Ivon and Perry Russo. Written by
Beyond JFK is a documentary about the facts and stories that were the basis for Oliver Stone's film JFK. The video covers the arrests of Clay Shaw, David Ferrie, and Lee Oswald, including rarely seen footage. It also shows extremely rare interviews with Dean Andrews, Clay Shaw, Jim Garrison, Lou Ivon, Marina Oswald, and Jim Marrs - to name a few.
This video is basically a re-hash of the movie, but it's interesting because we get to see who these characters actually were and we get to hear, in their words, what they were thinking at the time of Garrison's infamous trial, and what they have to say about it now.
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