jackieJackie is as good as a film about Jackie Kennedy could possibly be, given it only covers the assassination of her husband and Theodore H. White’s (Billy Crudup)Life magazine interview with Jackie as a widow at Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.  Maybe because I lived those days of profound sadness and anger, I didn’t want to ever relive that time again.  It was one day before my birthday, 11/22/63, which ruined it for me, since I absolutely loved John F. Kennedy.  The world seemed to come to a screeching halt, absent of life and any form of happiness, just filled with sadness, tears and disbelief.

Jackie, the wife of John F. Kennedy and mother of Caroline and John, Jr. was sitting next to her husband when his brains were shattered by an assassin’s bullet.  Splattered with blood all over her pink suit, face and hands, Jackie tried to keep John’s…

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