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Interview with the Assassin (2002)

Cast: Raymond J. Barry, Raymond J. Barry, Dylan Haggerty, more...
Director: Neil Burger, Neil Burger
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Studio: Showtime Entertainment
Genre: Drama, Politics and Social Issues, Political Thriller, Mockumentary, Mockumentaries
Running Time: 85 min.
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopsis
The old man who lives across the street, Walter Ohlinger (Raymond J. Barry), invites his neighbor, Ron Kobeleski (Dylan Haggerty), over because he has a secret that he's never told anyone: He claims he was the grassy knoll assassin who shot John F. Kennedy and wants Haggerty to document his confession. He has the bullet casing which he saved and says there is one witness left alive who can prove his story. The two search for the man that hired Ohlinger, but are thwarted by mysterious forces who seemingly wish to keep Ohlinger's story suppressed. Interview With the Assassin is shot almost completely from the perspective of Haggerty's video camera and it ties in a number of well-known Kennedy-assassination-related conspiracy theories, though doesn't mix them all up like Oliver Stone's JFK. ~ Adam Bregman, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Conspiracy time, again by talltale June 13, 2004 - 2:38 PM PDT
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6 out of 6 members found this review helpful
Most mockumentaries are humor/satire, but INTERVIEW WITH THE ASSASSIN is just creepy. It yanks you one way, then another, and you'll be saying "Oh, no, unbelievable" one minute and then changing your mind the next. Made for what looks like a zero budget, the film deserves praise for getting the maximum out of that minimum. Still, when it's over, you may find yourself wondering if there is any real life left in "conspiracy theory" films--particularly when events here in the United States seem to consist of one huge conspiracy. In any case, THE PARALLAX VIEW said it first, and said it better.




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