Art Imitates Life

Oliver Stone’s controversial 1991 political thriller JFK was fiction that poked real holes in the official account of the president’s death.

According to the official story, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by a lone shooter, a former Marine named Lee Harvey Oswald, that fateful day in Dallas, November 22, 1963. But in JFK, Oliver Stone considers an alternative explanation: a last-ditch high-level coup d’état meant to prevent Kennedy from pulling the United States out of the […]

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