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JFK Oliver Stones JFK recreates a time in history both tragic and inspiring to its audiance The authorfilmmaker tries to say that there is something corrupt in the way our government works and many people can get away with anything they please including murdering the president and covering it up There is something inherently wrong and indeed frightening in the very prospect of this idea Conspiracy theories and scandals run rampant in society which fueled Jim Garrisson to question what the authorities had told him about the death of John F Kennedy Mostly based on truth and with a star studded cast JFK inspires the viewer to question authority and makes them feel the need to change whats wrong with the world The story follows the process and the eventual case that Jim Garrison builds against certain government officials in the assassination of JFK He uncovers the faults in the records of the death and tells the public and media of his findings He figures out how impossible is was for Oswald to kill the president and formulates his theory on more than one killer He then plots how in order for everything to work out the way it did the person who instigated the tragedy must have an immense amount of power and influence to cover everything up Indeed the media plays an impartial bystander that is influenced by anything it is told At first the media is pro Garrissons case yet when molded by the higher powers that he is just trying to cause trouble the media turns against him and tries to ruin his reputation In the end one of the last and most impressionable images is the simple words written on the screen saying What is past is prologue What an interesting idea that history repeats itself and no matter how long ago an incident occurs it has a definite impact on everything that follows This film
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