Luther Blissett » 27 Sep 2016 13:29 wrote:What are Ruth and Michael's childrens' names?
MinM » Thu May 12, 2016 6:02 pm wrote:
Natalie Portman is Jackie...Amazon, Netflix, and other major buyers packed the Olympia theater in Cannes Thursday for a seven-minute promo screening of "Jackie," directed by Pablo Larraín ("No"), written by Noah Oppenheim ("The Maze Runner"), and starring Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy.
Portman appears to have turned in a remarkably convincing portrayal of the former First Lady, nailing details like her delicate mannerisms and famously breathy voice. The movie has a grainy texture that's reminiscent of the 1960's, and includes actual film clips from 1963, which has the effect of blurring the lines between archival footage and reenactments.
The movie also stars Peter Sarsgaard as Robert Kennedy and Greta Gerwig as a member of the White House staff. Darren Aronofsky, who directed Portman in 2010's "Black Swan," is a producer.
"Jackie" covers a four-day period in the former First Lady's life, beginning just before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and focusing on the grief-stricken days that followed...
http://www.indiewire.com/article/natali ... annes-2016
In 1963, Ruth & Michael Paine were friends and benefactors of Marina & Lee Harvey Oswald. Marina lived in Ruth Paine's home and Lee visited on weekends and spent the night before the assassination there. Much of the evidence against Oswald was found in the Paine's garage and Ruth became a key witness against him. On the surface, the Paines appear to be just another middle-class couple living in suburban Dallas. But researchers quickly began to uncover some curious facts about them and their role in the assassination case. For instance, both of the Paines come from prominent families with links to the CIA.
The Paines are a sort of crucible for the JFK assassination--those who see a conspiracy generally believe that the Paines must be in on it. And those who believe Oswald acted alone see them as two of the most innocent people you could imagine. Their story offers an illuminating lens through which to explore this history and the conflicting perspectives around it.
We've interviewed great characters on both sides of the conspiracy debate, including: Ruth & Michael Paine, Vince Salandria, Gary Aguilar, Max Holland, Jim DiEugenio, Priscilla Johnson McMillan, Sue Wheaton, Bill Simpich, E. Martin Schotz, and others.
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Philip Shenon wrote:Historians agree that the trip, which Oswald apparently undertook in hopes of obtaining a visa to defect to Castro’s Cuba, much as he had once tried to defect to the Soviet Union, has never been fully investigated.
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