More Shots in Dealey Plaza

Oliver Stone returns to the '60s once again with a strange, widely disputed take on the Kennedy assassination

Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone? Were three shots fired in Dealey Plaza on that awful afternoon in November, or were there more? Was there a large-scale, sinister conspiracy behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy, or just one troubled little man with communist sympathies and a Mannlicher-Carcano rifle?

Unanswered questions about the Kennedy assassination have nagged the nation for nearly 28 years, rousing emotions, inciting speculation, provoking arguments. It was probably inevitable that Hollywood would step into this minefield sooner or later -- and probably inevitable that the man leading the charge would be Oliver Stone, filmdom's most flamboyant interpreter...

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