A cameraman is approached by his dying neighbour, who wants to confess to the assassination of JFK. In trying to prove his story, the men embark on a quest that could destroy them both.
Raymond J Barry, Dylan Haggerty, Renee Faia, Kelly Kemper, Dennis Lau
Won the jury prize at Woodstock festival, nominated for three Independent Spirit awards
Writer-director Neil Burger made his feature debut with Interview With the Assassin, before going on to helm acclaimed period mystery The Illusionist, starring Edward Norton and Paul Giamatti, and road movie The Little Ones, with Tim Robbins and Rachel McAdams. Burger's next movie is due to be Dark Fields, based on the science fiction novel by Irish author Alan Glynn, with Bradley Cooper apparently all set to take the lead role.