Saturday, December 01, 2007

BITING THE BULLET


Oswald's Ghost


The selling point of Oswald’s Ghost, Robert Stone’s documentary about the enigmatic blue collar Texan generally regarded as the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, is its refusal to dispute the safest assumption. Stone doesn’t argue in favor of Lee Harvey Oswald’s innocence, nor does he make an attempt at the tired route of disproving the lone gunman theory. Those and other radical notions are put to the test with a collage of talking heads (mostly journalists) threaded throughout the movie, but Stone isn’t championing a revisionist history—he’s merely fascinated by it. Rather than endorsing conspiracy theories, Oswald’s Ghost studies them as anger-driven symptoms of cultural obsession.

Read the rest of the review in the New York Press...

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