6: “Virtual JFK” – An Extraordinary Portrait of Someone Thinking

6: “Virtual JFK” – An Extraordinary Portrait of Someone Thinking

In the return of Silver Screens & Politics, Dominic and Brett watch the film ‘Virtual JFK’ – an exploration of the Vietnam War if President John F. Kennedy had not been assassinated. Does it succeed in exploring an alternative timeline? Or does it develop a lengthy thesis that it never delivers on? Also, does the math add up on the official website’s store?! Tune into this episode of Silver Screens to find out!

Please note that Silver Screens & Politics has now returned to a weekly schedule. Expect us on Sundays!

Want to rent or buy Virtual JFK? Here is a list of places you can do that. (At the time of publishing, though, only iTunes offers it for both.)

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