Oliver Stones ‘JFK: Destiny Betrayed’ Doc Mini-Series official trailer
by Alex Billington
November 24, 2021
“There’s so much more we know now.” Madman Films in Australia has debuted an official trailer for a seemingly different clip of Oliver Stone’s new JFK documentary follow-up this year. Their version is officially the title JFK: Fate betrayed, described as a “four-part ‘deep dive’ into the infamous Kennedy assassination.” The original version, with the title JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass (see that trailer) premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year and will still be released later (probably in 2022) in the US. Maybe it will be cut too? Fresh evidence reveals the truth behind lies and misinformation that no other JFK documentary has done before. Cannes premiere cut is two hours, but this “four-part” version seems to contain even more footage. “Viewers also get a behind – the – scenes look at the aftermath of the assassination attempt and the initial suspicions about Kennedy’s brother, Robert, as well as his views on the official Warren Commission investigation. With narrative of Whoopi Goldberg and Donald Sutherland. Take a look below.
Here is the official trailer for Oliver Stones doc JFK: Fate betrayed, directly from Madman’s YouTube:
JFK: Destiny Betrayed is #OliverStone’s four-part “dive” into the infamous Kennedy assassination. Over a period of months, Stone spoke with a wide range of authors, historians, witnesses, and experts in forensic medicine, ballistics, and medicine. Topics covered in the miniseries include the early formation of President Kennedy’s foreign policy worldview, his travels to Vietnam as senator (where he first saw the French lose their colonial war), his support for start-up democracies in Africa and his anti-colonial beliefs that put him in opposition. to the Eisenhower administration, the CIA and the Pentagon. JFK: Fate betrayed is directed by award-winning American filmmaker Oliver Stone, director of many amazing features as well as the doc movies Commander, South of the border, Castro in winter, and My friend Hugo former. Produced by Robert S. Wilson. This one originally premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2021 earlier this year as the film JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass, plays in the Cannes Premiere section. Madman has been released JFK: Fate betrayed in Australia on VOD to watch now. No US release date has been set.
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