JFK: The Home Movie that Changed the World
Abraham Zapruder’s home movie capturing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is one of the most remarkable documents in American history. To mark the 60th anniversary of JFK’s murder in November 1963, this revealing documentary focuses on the little-known history of the actual 8mm film that captured the horrific events and spawned endless speculation and conspiracy theories.
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