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Thirteen Days is a semi-bibliography movie of the Cuban Missile Crisis and what the American government was doing about it Thirteen Days is a dramatic historical thriller in which the movie is showing what was going on during those nervous thirteen day in which the United States came real close to a nuclear war with the Soviets The movie was close to the truth and was an overall good movie to watch Thirteen Days gives the audience the feeling of knowing what President Kennedy was thinking as these days went on Thirteen Days takes place in October of 1962 in with the United States and Cuba were having tensions building up all ready The movie takes the audience into the White House and the audience has a feel of what everyone was thinking and what everyone wanted to do Thirteen Days is about the Cuban Missile Crisis in which involved the United State and how close we came to have a nuclear war Some people say that if a missile had been fired either way that it would have started World War III US planes were spying on Cuba taking pictures of what Cuba was doing One pilot happened to take a photo of a missile in Cuba The missiles were coming from the Soviet Union who at the time was in dislike with the United States When the United States found out what was happening over in Cuba the president who at the time was John F Kennedy and his staff try to figure out how to handle the situation without going into war Kennedy is helped through this situation with the help of his younger brother Robert F Kennedy his childhood friend who is the Chief of Staff and the rest of the presidents cabinet members Kevin Costner plays Kennedys Chief of Staff and his childhood friend Kenneth O Donnell O Donnell was advising Kennedy of what to do and what not to
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