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Oliver Stone has taken up political issues and questions several times in his films. In particular in 'JFK' from 1991, he adds fuel to the fire surrounding the murder of the American president John F. Kennedy who was shot in 1953 in Dallas, Texas. The film takes up the background for the murder, and actually brought to life new aspects of the murder, which contributed to the case being opened again.
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