Couldn't disagree more with the other reviewers. This film poetically tells the story of one of the most fascinating and somber episodes in American history while basically remaining free from any political bents that mar most takes on the subject. Perhaps I am a sucker for the subject matter (I love Stone's JFK), but this film accomplished what it set out to do and I found it downright riveting.
Under baked but likable account of a cross section of people touched directly by the Kennedy assassination. Often has that 70's style stunt casting feel about it and no story is really dealt with very deeply. Performances are for the most part adequate but the lack of teeth in scripting eventually sink it. Far better films have been made on the same subject matter and the reason for revisiting now seems pointless.
"Oswald dead, no trial, so let's burn the pseudo evidence of his guilt!" WHAT?! SERIOUSLY!? a big joke -_- . What could have been a very interesting story about the affects of the assassination of JFK on people around the car, or in the hospital etc is just a fu**ing propaganda in the end.