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Great documentary about the widow of Robert Kennedy who raised 11 children after his death. Filmed by their youngest child who was born 6 months after her father's death. It is an interesting film which intercuts old footage with interviews of the now 85 year old Ethel and the surviving children. Shines a nice light on the reserved widow.
Very interesting, and partly moving, documentary of Ethel Kennedy, wife of assassinated Robert Kennedy and directed by Rory Kennedy, their youngest daughter! Includes a lot of private home videos and a very rare and candid interview with Ethel Kennedy!
This doc was totally riveting. A first-person account of Robert Kennedy's career and the strong woman who helped facilitate it. Rory Kennedy used her unique position to use her family to tell a complete, if obviously whitewashed, story. The archival footage was incredible and then to get the story behind it from several different perspectives was especially lovely.
Slick, powerful, moving and inspirational, like the subject at hand. While the documentary leaves out any hostile gossip about the Kennedy brothers, it does successfully bring forth a cunning institution of moral duty and perserverence in the wake of national tragedy. Ethel Kennedy's personality is the brightest star in this quick documentary of illuminating wonders of American history.
The life and career of Bobby Kennedy through an intimate portrait from the perspective of his wife Ethel and his children. The film is produced and directed by Rory Kennedy, his youngest daughter born after his death. The film reminded me of why I've always admired RFK from those who knew him best.