JFK Video Essay
by Kevin B. Lee
In this video essay, Kevin B. Lee analyzes Oliver Stone’s 1991 film, JFK, an all-out offensive to demolish the official account of one of America’s most tragic events—the shooting of President John F. Kennedy
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