PG-13 | | Drama, History, Thriller
In October 1962, the Kennedy administration struggles to contain the Cuban Missile Crisis.
President John F. Kennedy very frequently set up recording machines during meetings at the White House. Much of the dialogue from the movie is taken directly from Kennedy's tapes.
It almost seemed today time stood still the shooting hadn't started yet but there weren't any encouraging signs that it could be avoided but worried, alarmed, afraid perhaps even the American public nonetheless have feared determined and resolved. ...
President Kennedy was left handed yet it shows him more than once signing documents with his right hand.
English, Russian, Spanish, Romanian
$46,668 (USA) (29 December 2000)
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