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4 1/2 stars. An emotional close up of Jackie Kennedy in the days after her husband's assassination.
By M. Oleson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 14, 2017
Theater review. In a flashback scene, Jackie Kennedy (Natalie Portman) is riding in the back of a hearse taking her assassinated husband’s body from the airport to the White House. She is accompanied by her brother-in-law, Bobby Kennedy (Peter Sarsgaard). They talk about funeral arrangements when surprisingly Jackie asks the driver if he knows who William McKinley was. He says no. She then asks the nurse accompanying the body if she knows who James Garfield was. She says no. Jackie Kennedy is determined that people will remember her husband’s short time as president and not be just some beautiful people as Bobby fears.
Chilean director Pablo Larrain’s terrific film isn’t some mopey made-for-TV drama nor is it a long drawn out period in the life of Jackie Kennedy. This is a close up and personal observation of Jackie in the days following that eventful day in Dallas in 1963. The film’s current starting point is at the Hyannis Point compound and Jackie Kennedy has invited a Life magazine journalist to interview her.
He is a fictional character played by Billy Crudup and is assumed to be a composite of several writers but most likely based on Theodore White. Jackie’s repartee with “The Journalist” is a bit of a cat and mouse game. One which Jackie clearly controls. As she fires up a cigarette, she pointedly tells the journalist, “I don’t smoke.”