Interview with the Assassin

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  • Summary: Sometimes it only takes one man to make a conspiracy. Ron Kobeleski, an out-of-work TV news cameraman, may have just stumbled onto the story of a lifetime. His shadowy older neighbor, Walter Ohlinger claims he was the "grassy knoll gunman" - the second assassin of President John F. Kennedy.Sometimes it only takes one man to make a conspiracy. Ron Kobeleski, an out-of-work TV news cameraman, may have just stumbled onto the story of a lifetime. His shadowy older neighbor, Walter Ohlinger claims he was the "grassy knoll gunman" - the second assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Is he telling the truth? As Ron and Walter search for the only witness who can back up the story, the pressure mounts and their lives begin to unravel. (Magnolia Pictures) Expand

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 23
  2. Negative: 1 out of 23
  1. 80
    A gripping and carefully calibrated suspense story.
  2. Neil Burger's sharply conceived, inventive movie is a highly involving piece of work.
  3. 75
    This film offers a compelling scenario of what could have happened. And Burger's look back through the recent mists of time is certainly no less likely or fascinating that Oliver Stone's in "JFK."
  4. Barry, with a raspy Southern accent, gives a chilling portrait of a man who is absolutely sure he killed JFK. Whether he's a psychopath or a schizophrenic is not satisfactorily answered, but it's a fascinating question nonetheless.
  5. Reviewed by: Walter Dawkins
    60
    Satisfying picture that like a pot of water on the stove keeps heating up until it explodes.
  6. 58
    It's an interesting effort (particularly for JFK conspiracy nuts), and Barry's cold-fish act makes the experience worthwhile.
  7. 30
    It's just a gimmick, right down to its Washington release date.

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