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The most famous family in American history comes to life in this epic 8-part miniseries event.
Inspired by one of the world s most iconic families, this eight-part scripted drama/miniseries ventures upstairs at the White House to chronicle the saga of America s first royal family during the 1960s. Through exhaustive research, THE KENNEDYS provides an intimate look at how Joseph Kennedy, Sr. shaped his sons John and Robert to become two of the most influential men in America s history. With political events such as the Cuban Missile Crisis, Bay of Pigs and the civil rights movement playing background to the personal stories of the relationships between brother and brother and father and son, THE KENNEDYS details how the two men handled their father, whose ambition exceeded their own, and ultimately made them who they were. THE KENNEDYS recounts the scandal, tragedy, public greatness and private frailty of our nation s most fabled political family during one of the most momentous decades in history.
The acting is outstanding, the make up and the story line is done very well.
If you want a good idea of the politics of the era and the interactions of the Kennedy family, this is a really entertaining way to get it.
Greg Kinnear does an awesome performance as JFK & Katie Holmes was surprisingly wonderful as Jackie Kennedy.
fascinating portrayal of the Kennedys--and also I learned a lot about American history just watching this DVD. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Bluebird
I enjoyed learning about The Kennedy's. I loved John, Jackie, and Robert. Greg Kinnear was outstanding as John.Published 21 days ago by Denise Fischer
Powerful and true. Shame on the TV stations that refused to air this magnificent story. To me, that is dirty politics as usual. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Debbie
Great Package, beautiful screening resolution etc, the only thing is that I did not notice that it did not even have Closed Caption, or subtittlesPublished 1 month ago by Alejandro Marroquin