Oswald's Ghost 2007

Oswald's Ghost (2007)

Evaluation: 5 (Votes: 2)

Movie Documentary "Oswald's Ghost" Torrent is rated with 5 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 2 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2007-07-14 by . . The length of the whole piece is 83 minutes.

Original title: Oswald's Ghost
Genres: Documentary
Release date 2007-07-14
Duration: 83 Min
Country: United States of America,United Kingdom
State: Released

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Joe Leydon

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Joe Leydon

Oswald's Ghost impresses as a concise, intelligent and rigorously well-researched piece of work.

Jack Mathews

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Jack Mathews

Though we had just heard the name Lee Harvey Oswald, I believed he had done it alone. I still do, even more so after watching Robert Stone's meticulously researched, seemingly unbiased summary of the killing and the major conspiracy theories.

Frank Scheck

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Frank Scheck

Never really decides whether it wants to concentrate on providing information or sociological analysis, with the result that it fails to fully satisfy on either level.

Kevin Thomas

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Kevin Thomas

Stone covers territory all too familiar to most Americans old enough to remember the JFK assassination.

Owen Gleiberman

MetaScore: 100 Autor: Owen Gleiberman

In Oswald's Ghost, his vast chronicle of the JFK assassination and its cultural aftermath, Stone uses little-seen footage to assemble the events of Nov. 22, 1963, with a fascinating present-tense density.

Phil Hall

MetaScore: 40 Autor: Phil Hall

The only obvious question that Oswald’s Ghost raises is: how come Mort Sahl wasn’t in the movie? (If you don’t get that joke, you need to brush up on your Kennedy conspiracy lessons.)

Noel Murray

MetaScore: 67 Autor: Noel Murray

Late in the film, Stone interviews Norman Mailer, a one-time conspiracy-believer who eventually wrote a book that tried to get inside Oswald's head, explaining how Oswald's story is America's story. In less than a minute, Mailer describes the documentary Stone should've made.

Michael Fox

MetaScore: 50

Riveting yet ultimately unsatisfying documentary.

Andrew O'Hehir

MetaScore: 60 Autor: Andrew O'Hehir

Lee Harvey Oswald's guilt or innocence or accomplices are not the point of the film; Stone is more interested in the fact that much about the Kennedy murder is now so shrouded in myth and mystification as to be permanently unknowable, and that that fact alone has gnawed away at the self-confidence of middle-class white America ever since.

Ken Fox

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Ken Fox

Veteran conspiracy buffs probably won’t find much of Stone's material particularly new, but Stone’s film does serve as a neat summary for the rest of us while offering a number of intriguing insights into how conspiracy theories work and what they say about specific cultural and political climates.