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Interview with the Assassin
     

Interview with the Assassin

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Director: Neil Burger,

Cast: Neil Burger, Raymond J. Barry, Dylan Haggerty, Renee Faia

 

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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

Overview

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.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Adam Bregman
Clocking in at 88 minutes long and shot in 22 days by a very small crew, Interview With the Assassin is a little film about a big subject. It doesn't spend too much time on all the various intricacies of the Kennedy assassination and is instead a fast-paced film that comes off like a cross between a very good segment of 60 Minutes, and because of the way it's shot, The Blair Witch Project minus the horror. The constantly jerky video camera may bother some. Raymond J. Barry, a character actor who has been in over 40 films including Born on the Fourth of July, Dead Man Walking, and Training Day, is very believable as the ex-marine hired to kill Kennedy. He carries the film, as the majority of it focuses on him. The last 20 minutes include some manic plot twists that don't add up, which may leave some viewers feeling they've been had.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/19/2007
UPC:
0011301671530
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
R
Source:
Timeless Media
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:22:00

Special Features

Full screen format; Stereo; Scene selection; Interactive menus

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Raymond J. Barry Walter Ohlinger
Dylan Haggerty Ron Kobeleski
Renee Faia Actor
Kelsey Kemper Actor
Dennis J. Lau Actor
Jared McVay Actor
Christel Khalil Actor
Lillias White Actor
Kate Williamson Actor
Jack Tate Actor
Nick Mize Actor
James Hiser Actor
Mike Wood Actor
Darrell Sandeen Actor
Evan O'Meara Actor
Robert Samuel Thompson Actor
Jimmy Burke Actor

Technical Credits
Neil Burger Director,Screenwriter
Nicole Arbusto Casting
Joynce Dixon Casting
Greg Finnin Production Designer
Brad Fuller Editor
Jenny Gering Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard Rutkowski Cinematographer
Tom Tucker Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Interview with the Assassin
1. Chapter 1 [10:16]
2. Chapter 2 [10:08]
3. Chapter 3 [11:18]
4. Chapter 4 [8:46]
5. Chapter 5 [12:44]
6. Chapter 6 [11:26]
7. Chapter 7 [15:10]
8. Chapter 8 [3:12]

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Interview with the Assassin 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am one of the biggest JFK Assassination nuts around so when I heard this movie was out, I naturally was thrilled with another JFK Assassination movie...... However, when I was going to buy it, a voice in my head told me to rent it first so I did and am I glad. First of all, this movie gets one star from me for just being made in the first place. But there is NOTHING in this movie that will remotely hold your interest for more than one viewing. The acting is shabby, it is filmed with a CamCorder ONLY so the screen shakes really bad at times and it was truly annoying. There is no drama to speak of, NOTHING that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I am not going to cover the plot because that's been done but I assure you, DO NOT BUY THIS VIDEO, rent it and if you still wanna buy it then go ahead but I never will. The problem with being a JFK Assassination fanatic or a Titanic fanatic or any other historical fanatic is that when we are treated with a movie or special, we then become a bit more critiqueful about it and spot the flaws easier, such is the case with this movie. If they did a big budget thing and really trumped up the drama and suspense, this could have been a good movie. But IT AINT!