Director Pablo Larraín’s new ﬁlm exploring that infamous week of Jackie Kennedy's life is a highly unusual biopic. It uses a variety of film stock, shooting styles, and moods to peel away the various images that Jackie created for herself to reach her inner life. It's also a profound film about grief and features a truly remarkable performance by Natalie Portman.
I caught the film last week and reviewed it for Reel World Theology. I'm really happy with the review and I hope you take the time to read it and to watch this fine movie.