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Chappaquiddick

Chappaquiddick

Chappaquiddick, directed by John Curran and written by Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, focuses not not far and wide off from glamour, martyrdom or Camelot mystique but a tawdry, boozy weekend gone tragically wrong.

The screenplay, mixing historical detail and dramatic licence, holds happening a rough mirror to the youngest Kennedy brother, played by Jason Clarke, portraying a reckless, fortunate princeling later a shaky moral core who pulled strings to flee jail.

It ends subsequent to archive television news footage of voters largely exculpating him after the inquest in 1970. The boys a satisfying guy. Im in favour of him, says one juvenile man. Theres more to it than what we know but I actually would vote for him, says a center-aged girl.

They were speaking long in the to the front Facebook recommendation bubbles, hyper-polarisation and Trumps boast as a presidential candidate that he could shoot someone and not lose votes.

Duration: 101 min

Release:

IMDb: 5.8

Chappaquiddick

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