Described by Oliver Stone as the “inspiration” for his feature film JFK, The Day The Dream Died investigates the assassination of one of the United States’ most admired presidents, John F. Kennedy.
The programme reconstructs the official version of events and questions the validity of government claims that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone gunman. Presenting tangible links between the CIA, the Mafia, and the assassinations of both John F. Kennedy and his brother, Robert Kennedy, the documentary casts serious doubt on the official version of events.
Exclusive to this documentary is the optically enhanced film of an amateur cameraman, Orville Nix, who captured on film the image of a gunman firing from the “grassy knoll."
THE RESEARCH OF THIS FILM WAS PURCHASED BY OLIVER STONE FOR THE MAKING OF JFK.