2016   USA, France, Chile, China, Germany, UK Jackie
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Director:Pablo Larraín
Studio:Searchlight Pictures, LD Entertainment, Wild Bunch
Writer:Noah Oppenheim
IMDb Rating:6.7 (82,602 votes)
Awards:44 wins & 170 nominations total, Nominated for 3 Oscars
Genre:Biography, Drama
Duration:100 min
Languages:English, Spanish
Pablo Larraín  ...  (Director)
Noah Oppenheim  ...  (Writer)
Natalie Portman  ...  Jackie Kennedy
Peter Sarsgaard  ...  Bobby Kennedy
Greta Gerwig  ...  Nancy Tuckerman
Billy Crudup  ...  The Journalist
John Hurt  ...  The Priest
Richard E. Grant  ...  Bill Walton
Caspar Phillipson  ...  John Fitzgerald Kennedy
John Carroll Lynch  ...  Lyndon B Johnson
Beth Grant  ...  Lady Bird Johnson
Max Casella  ...  Jack Valenti
Sara Verhagen  ...  Mary Gallagher
Hélène Kuhn  ...  Pam Turnure
Deborah Findlay  ...  Maud Shaw
Corey Johnson  ...  Larry O'Brien
Aidan O'Hare  ...  Kenny O' Donnell
Ralph Brown  ...  Dave Powers
David Caves  ...  Clint Hill
Penny Downie  ...  Janet Lee
Mica Levi  ...  Composer
Stéphane Fontaine  ...  Cinematographer
Comments: This has to play differently for folks familiar with Jacqueline Kennedy than it does for folks who are unfamiliar with her. The accent? I found it charming and attractive, as delivered by Natalie Portman. Can't say how I would find it delivered by Jacqueline Kennedy

So setting aside how "accurate" any or all of this movie is, Natalie Portman delivers a sympathetic, complex character I was intrigued by and enjoyed spending time with

Great performances all around. Greta Gerwig's hair. The soundtrack, the pacing. That reporter dude was a smartass. I loved this movie!

Summary: Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's historic legacy.

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