Feb. 9, 2016

JFK

This acclaimed Oliver Stone drama presents the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy led by New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner) . When Garrison begins to doubt conventional thinking on the murder, he faces government resistance, and, after the killing of suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald (Gary Oldman), he closes the case. Later, however, Garrison reopens the investigation, finding evidence of an extensive conspiracy behind Kennedy's death.
 
  • Genres: Drama
  • Running Time: 189 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, December 20, 1991
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • R
  • Starring: Kevin Costner [Jim Garrison], Sissy Spacek [Liz Garrison], Joe Pesci [David Ferrie], Tommy Jones [Clay Shaw aka Clay Bertrand], Gary Oldman [Lee Harvey Oswald], Jay Sanders [Lou Ivon], Michael Rooker [Bill Broussard], Laurie Metcalf [Susie Cox], Gary Grubbs [Al Oser], John Candy [Dean Andrews], Jack Lemmon [Jack Martin], Walter Matthau [Senator Long], Ed Asner [Guy Bannister], Donald Sutherland [X], Kevin Bacon [Willie O'Keefe], Brian Doyle Murray [Jack Ruby], Sally Kirkland [Rose Cheramie], Beata Pozniak [Marina Oswald], Vincent D'Onofrio [Bill Newman], Tony Plana [Carlos Bringuier], Tomas Milian [Leopoldo], Jim Garrison [Earl Warren]
  • Directed by: Oliver Stone [Director], Jim Marrs [Writer], Jim Garrison [Writer], Oliver Stone [Writer], Arnon Milchan [Executive Producer], A. Kitman Ho [Producer], Oliver Stone [Producer], Percy Faith [Original Music], John Williams [Original Music], Robert Richardson [Cinematographer], Joe Hutshing [Film Editor], Pietro Scalia [Film Editor], Risa Bramon Garcia [Casting], Billy Hopkins [Casting], Heidi Levitt [Casting], Victor Kempster [Production Design], Derek Hill [Art Direction], Alan Tomkins [Art Direction], Crispian Sallis [Set Decoration], Marlene Stewart [Costume Designer]
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