Just saw this 2013 documentary that details the last hours of John F. Kennedy's life. So much has been put together and seen on November 22, 1963 at Dealey Plaza in Texas. The Zapruder film, Warren Commission and Kevin Costner "JFK" movie all tell the story ad nauseum. What makes THIS documentary special is that it is told from the perspective of people who were there on those days in the crowds and on the journey including the narrator, Bill Paxton, who saw JFK at age 8 sitting on his dads shoulders. With computer technology, the people who are documented here with their stories are highlighted and given their age on those days before and on his assassination. What is fascinating as well is that every thing from that day predominantly - the car, his plane etc were found and filmed what it looks like today as well as streets and places visited with detailed accuracy. This is a MUST SEE for general audiences who have had any fascination with JFK and Jackie.
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