Synopsis by Mark Deming
Seemingly endless controversy has followed the assassination of John F. Kennedy since the death of the president in 1963, and while many theories have been presented on who might have been responsible for the killing besides Lee Harvey Oswald, much has been based on speculation rather than practical evidence. Robert J. Groden is a researcher who has taken a different tack, collecting as much visual evidence as possible on the shooting of the president, and The JFK Assassination Files: The Case for Conspiracy features footage lensed by 14 different people in Dallas, TX, at Dealy Plaza that fateful day. Including new computer enhanced versions of much of these historic films (including the infamous Zapruder Film, which remains the only footage extant that captures the assassination from beginning to end), The JFK Assassination Files: The Case for Conspiracy also includes analysis by Groden on what we can see in this material, what we cannot, and what it all means.
assassination, conspiracy-theories, evidence, short-films, video-tape