6 Userkritiken zum Film JFK - Tatort Dallas von Oliver Stone mit Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Laurie Metcalf - alevellitnotes.com Dem Inhalt des normalen Films sind halt noch zusätzliche Szenen zugefügt. Für mich ist das nicht der beste Film von Oliver Stone, aber trotzdem noch ganz gut. Die Ermordung John F. Kennedys erschüttert die Welt. Lee Harvey Oswald wird als alleiniger Todesschütze verhaftet - so lautet zumindest die offizielle Darstellung der Ereignisse. Der ambitionierte Bezirksstaatsanwalt Jim Garrison glaubt.
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Jfk Film Impostazioni dei sottotitoli VideoThe Zapruder Film - JFK (6/7) Movie CLIP (1991) HD JFK is a American historical legal-conspiracy thriller film directed by Oliver Stone. It examines the events leading to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and subsequent cover-up more # of 1, Every Oscar Winning Film Ever # of 1, The Most Rewatchable Movies #54 of The Best Movies Based On True Stories 2. JFK () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. JFK is a American epic political thriller film directed by Oliver alevellitnotes.com examines the events leading to the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy and alleged cover-up through the eyes of former New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner). When the film is first released on videocassette (and subsequently on all TV broadcasts as well), an addendum to the epilogue is shown, telling how more JFK sealed records in were released to the public due to the controversy stirred by the film. It also warns more records have yet to be released. There is no way to fully establish the byzantine scope of the JFK assassination conspiracy in only 3 hours, but Oliver Stone manages to take Jim Garrison's investigation and present it in a brilliant suspense thriller. This movie has an attention to detail that rivals a Stanley Kubric film, which is the highest complement I can give.
Upon its theatrical release, many major American newspapers ran editorials accusing Stone of taking liberties with historical facts, including the film's implication that Kennedy's own vice president and eventually succeeding, post assassination , President Lyndon B.
Despite the controversy surrounding its historical depiction, JFK received critical praise for the performances of its cast, Stone's directing, score, editing, and cinematography.
JFK was nominated for eight Academy Awards , including Best Picture , Best Director , and Best Supporting Actor for Jones, and won two for Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing.
It was the first of three films Stone made about American presidents , followed by Nixon with Anthony Hopkins in the title role and W.
The film opens with newsreel footage, including the farewell address in of outgoing President Dwight D. Eisenhower , warning about the build-up of the " military-industrial complex ".
This is followed by a summary of John F. Kennedy 's years as president, emphasizing the events that, in Stone's thesis, would lead to his assassination.
This builds to a reconstruction of the assassination on November 22, New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison subsequently learns about potential New Orleans links to the JFK assassination.
Garrison and his team investigate several possible conspirators, including private pilot David Ferrie , but are forced to let them go after their investigation is publicly rebuked by the federal government.
Kennedy's suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald is killed by Jack Ruby , and Garrison closes the investigation. The investigation is reopened in after Garrison reads the Warren Report and notices what he believes to be multiple inaccuracies.
Garrison and his staff interrogate several witnesses to the Kennedy assassination, and others involved with Oswald, Ruby, and Ferrie.
As well as briefly meeting Oswald, O'Keefe was romantically involved with a man called "Clay Bertrand". Jean Hill , a teacher who says she witnessed shots fired from the grassy knoll, tells the investigators that Secret Service threatened her into saying three shots came from the book depository, revealing changes that were made to her testimony by the Warren Commission.
Garrison's staff also test the single-bullet theory by aiming an empty rifle from the window through which Oswald was alleged to have shot Kennedy.
They conclude that Oswald was too poor a marksman to make the shots, indicating someone else, or multiple marksmen, were involved.
In , Garrison meets a high-level figure in Washington D. He suggests a conspiracy at the highest levels of government, implicating members of the CIA , the Mafia , the military-industrial complex , Secret Service , FBI , and Kennedy's vice-president and then president Lyndon Baines Johnson as either co-conspirators or as having motives to cover up the truth of the assassination.
X explains that the President was killed because he wanted to pull the United States out of the Vietnam War and dismantle the CIA.
X encourages Garrison to keep digging and prosecute New Orleans-based international businessman Clay Shaw for his alleged involvement. When Shaw is interrogated, the businessman denies any knowledge of meeting Ferrie, O'Keefe or Oswald, but he is soon charged with conspiring to murder the President.
Some of Garrison's staff begin to doubt his motives and disagree with his methods, and leave the investigation. Garrison's marriage is strained when his wife Liz complains that he is spending more time on the case than with his own family.
After a sinister phone call is made to their daughter, Liz accuses Garrison of being selfish and attacking Shaw only because of his homosexuality.
In addition, the media launches attacks on television and in newspapers attacking Garrison's character and criticizing the way his office is spending taxpayers' money.
Some key witnesses become scared and refuse to testify while others, such as Ferrie, are killed in suspicious circumstances. Before his death, Ferrie tells Garrison that he believes people are after him, and reveals there was a conspiracy to kill Kennedy.
The trial of Clay Shaw takes place in Garrison presents the court with further evidence of multiple killers and dismissing the single-bullet theory, and proposes a Dealey Plaza shots scenario involving three assassins who fired six total shots and framing Oswald for the murders of Kennedy and officer J.
Tippit , but the jury acquits Shaw after less than one hour of deliberation. The film reflects that members of that jury stated publicly that they believed there was a conspiracy behind the assassination, but not enough evidence to link Shaw to that conspiracy.
Shaw died of lung cancer in , but in , Richard Helms testified that Clay Shaw had been a part-time contact of the Domestic Contacts Division of the CIA.
The end credits claim that records related to the assassination will be released to the public in Zachary Sklar, a journalist and a professor of journalism at the Columbia School of Journalism , met Garrison in and helped him rewrite a manuscript that he was working on about Kennedy's assassination.
He changed it from a scholarly book in the third person to "a detective story — a whydunnit" in the first person. While attending the Latin American Film Festival in Havana , Cuba , Stone met Sheridan Square Press publisher Ellen Ray on an elevator.
She had published Jim Garrison's book On the Trail of the Assassins. She gave Stone a copy of Garrison's book and told him to read it.
Kennedy's assassination had always had a profound effect on Stone: "The Kennedy murder was one of the signal events of the postwar generation, my generation.
Garrison stood up to Stone's questioning and then got up and left. His pride and dignity impressed the director.
He trusted a lot of weirdos and followed a lot of fake leads. But he went out on a limb, way out. And he kept going, even when he knew he was facing long odds.
Stone was not interested in making a film about Garrison's life, but rather the story behind the conspiracy to kill Kennedy.
He also bought the film rights to Jim Marrs ' book Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy. One of the filmmaker's primary goals with JFK was to provide a rebuttal to the Warren Commission's report that he believed was "a great myth.
And in order to fight a myth, maybe you have to create another one, a counter-myth. Stone read two dozen books on the assassination while Rusconi read between and books on the subject.
By December , Stone began approaching studios to back his film. While in pre-production on The Doors , he met with three executives at Warner Bros.
Studio president and Chief Operating Officer Terry Semel liked the idea. He had a reputation for making political and controversial films, including All the President's Men , The Parallax View and The Killing Fields.
The director did this so that the screenplay would not be widely read and bid on, and he also knew that the material was potentially dangerous and wanted only one studio to finance it.
Finally, Stone liked Semel's track record of producing political films. When Stone set out to write the screenplay, he asked Sklar who also edited Marrs' book to co-write it with him and distill the Garrison and Marrs books and Rusconi's research into a script that would resemble what he called "a great detective movie.
I see the models as Z and Rashomon , I see the event in Dealey Plaza taking place in the first reel, and again in the eighth reel, and again later, and each time we're going to see it differently and with more illumination.
Although he did employ ideas from Rashomon , his principal model for JFK was Z :. Somehow I had the impression that in Z you had the showing of the crime and then the re-showing of the crime throughout the picture until it was seen another way.
That was the idea of JFK — that was the essence of it: basically, that's why I called it JFK. Not J dot F dot K dot. It was a code, like Z was a code, for he lives, American-style.
As it was written it became more fascinating: it evolved into four DNA threads. Stone broke the film's structure down into four stories: Garrison investigating the New Orleans connection to the assassination; the research that revealed what Stone calls, "Oswald legend: who he was and how to try to inculcate that"; the recreation of the assassination at Dealey Plaza; and the information that the character of "X" imparts on Garrison, which Stone saw as the "means by which we were able to move between New Orleans, local, into the wider story of Dealey Plaza.
X" character. Stone and Sklar used composite characters, most notably the "Mr. X" character played by Donald Sutherland.
This was a technique that would be criticized in the press. Meeting Prouty was, for Stone, "one of the most extraordinary afternoons I've ever spent.
Pretty much like in the movie, he just started to talk. I feel this was in the spirit of the truth because Garrison also met a deep throat type named Richard Case Nagell, who claimed to be a CIA agent and made Jim aware of a much larger scenario than the microcosm of New Orleans.
Milchan was eager to work on the project and launch his new company, Regency Enterprises , with a high profile film like JFK.
Stone managed to pare down his initial revision, a page draft, to a page shooting script. There were many advisers for the film, including Gerald Hemming , a former Marine who claimed involvement in various CIA activities, and Robert Groden , a self-proclaimed photographic expert and longtime JFK assassination researcher and author.
Trying to cast the role of Garrison, Stone sent copies of the script to Costner, Mel Gibson , and Harrison Ford. Initially, Costner turned Stone down.
However, the actor's agent, Michael Ovitz , was a big fan of the project and helped Stone convince the actor to take the role. Two months after finally signing on to play Garrison in January , his film Dances with Wolves won seven Academy Awards and so his presence greatly enhanced JFK ' s bankability in the studio's eyes.
Tommy Lee Jones was originally considered for another role that was ultimately cut from the film and Stone then decided to cast him as Shaw.
Stone originally wanted James Woods to play David Ferrie, but Woods wanted to play Garrison. Stone also approached Willem Dafoe and John Malkovich , who both turned down the role.
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Trivia In the film, Senator Russell Long let the cat out out the bag by saying he never believed the whole "Oswald was a lone nut" theory in the plane sequence.
In fact, the real person who said that to Garrison was Senator Hale Boggs, who was outspoken against government corruption.
In November , Boggs was aboard a small plane from Anchorage to Juneau, Alaska when it disappeared. Neither the wreckage of the plane nor the pilot's and passengers' remains were ever found.
Goofs Garrison tells his staff that "nothing was done" when William Walter, an FBI security clerk, claimed that he received a Teletype from FBI headquarters, warning of a possible assassination attempt against Kennedy 5 days before he was assassinated.
In reality, the FBI instituted an investigation at each of its 59 offices, which yielded no evidence indicating the existence of such a Teletype.
Quotes [ first lines ] title card : "To sin by silence when we should protest makes cowards of men.
We have been compelled to create a permanent armaments industry of vast proportions. And to do this three and a half million men and women are directly engaged in the defense establishement.
We annually spend on military security alone Narrator : January, President Dwight D. Erzählt wird der Versuch des Bezirksstaatsanwalts von New Orleans , Jim Garrison , gespielt von Kevin Costner , die genauen Umstände der Ermordung des US-Präsidenten John F.
Kennedy im Jahr aufzudecken. Dabei stützt sich der Film auf die Bücher von Jim Garrison und Jim Marrs , nach denen Lee Harvey Oswald kein Einzeltäter war, sondern nur das Rädchen einer weitverzweigten Verschwörung des tiefen Staats gegenüber dem Präsidenten.
Der Zuschauer befindet sich im Jahr am Tag des Attentats auf John F. Zunächst folgt ein kurzer Rückblick auf die Jahre, bevor Kennedy Präsident wurde.
Als die Schüsse gefallen sind, wechselt der Handlungsort nach New Orleans , wo Jim Garrison Kevin Costner Bezirksstaatsanwalt ist.
Drei Jahre später, im Jahr , rollt Garrison den Fall mit seinen Ermittlern wieder auf. Detailgenau geht Garrison zahlreichen Hinweisen nach, deren Aufklärung einerseits das Puzzle zu vervollständigen scheinen, andererseits etliche neue Fragen aufwerfen.
Doch man bekommt ein wesentlich besseres Bild von dem, was damals geschehen ist, und warum. Wer profitierte davon? Wer hat die Macht, ein solches Verbrechen zu decken?
Gibt es keinen Krieg, gibt es kein Geld. Das organisierende Prinzip einer jeden Gesellschaft, Mr. Die Autorität eines Staates über seine Bürger liegt in seiner Macht, Krieg zu führen.
Und Kennedy wollte den Kalten Krieg beenden in seiner zweiten Amtszeit. Man erfährt viele Details und Garrison stellt alles in einen sinnvollen Zusammenhang, abgeschlossen von einem allerdings weitschweifenden Plädoyer über politische Moral.
Am Ende gelingt es ihm nicht, die Geschworenen von Shaws Schuld zu überzeugen, und dieser wird freigesprochen.
Oliver Stones Film steht in der Tradition zahlreicher unterschiedlichster Theorien, die von einer Verschwörung hinter der Ermordung des ehemaligen US-Präsidenten John F.
Kennedy ausgehen, von denen die ersten bereits nach wenigen Stunden aufgekommen waren und noch mehr nach der Ermordung Lee Harvey Oswalds durch Jack Ruby.
Dazu trug sicherlich der Vorwurf einer nur oberflächlich erfolgten offiziellen Untersuchung des Mordes durch die Warren-Commission bei, welche im Ergebnis die Alleintäterschaft Oswalds feststellte, aber anderen Theorien kaum nachging.
Möglicher Grund dafür war die Sorge, bei einer tiefer gehenden Untersuchung eine Beteiligung der kubanischen Regierung oder des Sowjetischen Geheimdienstes aufzudecken, welche einen neuen Weltkrieg hätte zur Folge haben können.
So befand sich die Sowjetunion bereits kurz nach dem Attentat in erhöhter Alarmbereitschaft, da man dort befürchtete, für das Attentat verantwortlich gemacht zu werden.
Der Film selbst behandelt die Ermittlungen des New Orleanser Staatsanwalts Jim Garrison zum Attentat auf den US-Präsidenten John F.JFK - Un caso ancora aperto (JFK) - Un film di Oliver Stone. Con Kevin Costner, Kevin Bacon, Jack Lemmon, Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Gary Oldman. Drammatico, USA, Durata min. Consigli per la visione +/5(54).