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February 15, 2016

An English teacher travels back in time to prevent the Kennedy assassination, but discovers he is attached to the life he has made in a bygone era.

Moving documentary looks back on the remarkable life of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and combines the tragedy of his untimely death with the rememberances of those who knew him best and those who knew him not at all. James Earl Jones reviews the brief life of JFK. His triumphs. His failures. His inpiration and contribution to our history. The story is told through previously unseen and rare video and home movies. and by many people who were there, ordinary people. The story is built around the exclusive historic videotape from WFAA, the dallas station whose studios are located so near the infamouse "grassy knoll" where the President was shot. We see the events as they happened, from JFK's arrival in Dallas to his funeral in Washington four days later.

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