The Kennedy Assassination has always been one of the biggest stories I have researched. While like many others, I have no answers, I will continue my search for the truth, as the company line does not work. Even the b government understands that, ruling the Warren Report missed some details in a little known ruling from the 1970s. With this being a disappointing Super Bowl Sunday, I decided to kick back and watch the 2013 Kennedy Assassination film Parkland.
Plot/ A recounting of the chaotic events that occurred at Dallas' Parkland Hospital on the day U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
There is no greater tragedy than the assassination of President Kennedy. While answers remain to be found on the events leading up to the fatal shots, and no clear answers have come to light on the reality of events, what took place in the days and moments following the killing is a story that should have been told much sooner. Not a political or conspiracy driven film, this drama has a lot to like. The acting and cast do a great job at creating a story with emotion and atmosphere. All in all, it is a tremendous film that does shed some light on some of the overlooked events and more importantly the lives of some of the players from that tragic day. In the end, 90-minutes was not long enough for this gripping character study. This is a film that all must see and even though it is not a conspiracy driven flick, it does have some moments where questions creep in. If you have not seen it, check it out.