Collider | ‘Jackie’ Review


Going into Pablo Larraín’s Jackie, I didn’t know much about Jackie Kennedy other than she was the former first lady and she was sitting next to her husband when he was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963. Rather than pursue a standard biopic, Larraín zeroes in on trying to understand Jackie Kennedy’s legacy when her story is inextricably linked to her husband. The deeper Jackie digs, the more interesting it becomes, and it’s due in large part to Natalie Portman’s complex, layered portrayal that wants us to see more than an icon.

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