Jackie (2016)

by Niki Kefala

Natalie Portman is brilliant and perfect as the fragile, ferocious Jackie and she gives one of her best performances. It’s one of the strongest historical dramas of the year about how a nation looked to a single person for how to react to the murder of its leader. “Jackie” is
a fascinating, solid, visually stunning and intelligent film, directed by Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín that have done a terrific job presenting a complex character, who struggled at times to be the person others wanted her to be. I believe viewers who were alive and witnessed it will find it inspiring and those who were not, will find it interesting.


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