Parkland

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Teagan

A interesting look at events that are less known to younger generations and historically important to United States History. Everyone is familiar with the events leading up to JFK's assassination but less people are familiar with the events that followed.

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Mark

It's outrageous that Kanopy would list this film in its inventory. Two, not one CIA associates worked on this film (mcLaren Group) alongside the truth-deficient director Peter Landesman

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Remy

there is no way to avoid CIA propaganda now. it is Everywhere, in Everything.... we Lost....

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