This image released by Fox Searchlight shows Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy in the film, "Jackie." (William Gray/Fox Searchlight via AP)
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A new film about Jacqueline Kennedy, one of the most photographed yet private women of the 20th century, attempts to get behind her mystique by blending factual events with imagination in the week after the 1963 assassination of her husband, President John.Q: What was your perception of Jacqueline Kennedy before this film?The assassination is so unimaginable and the Zapruder film [of the assassination] is so iconic that it felt very scary to do something that extreme emotionally which is constricted by reality.Q: Was the Kennedy family involved in this movie?Q: What do you hope audiences will take away from the film?
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