John Barbour's and Wm Shakespeare's Last Word on the Murder of JFK (2023)
- R13 | 1h20 | Documentary
- In Theaters: Thu, Nov 30, 2023
In the 70-minute film John Barbour's and William Shakespeare's Last Word on the Murder of JFK (2023), John Barbour—who is widely recognized as America's preeminent television storyteller—takes viewers through Jim Garrison's narrative. Garrison, the New Orleans district attorney, is credited with solving the John F. Kennedy assassination case. Even after encountering resistance from the authorities and press, Garrison's inquiry continues to be a noteworthy and captivating story. In addition to telling Garrison's compelling and moving narrative, Barbour also weaves together the details of his own remarkable 53-year career in show business. His personal tale of rising from poverty to wealth, along with his ongoing efforts to tell Garrison's story, create a humorous and informative narrative. The way these two tales are combined makes for a distinctive and thought-provoking cinematic experience.