"Jackie": In the Midst of Grief, a First Lady Etches a Myth

"Jackie" doesn’t toss out the biopic form entirely in the manner of Todd Haynes’ "I’m Not There," but it’s unconventional enough to make one snap to attention, beginning with the first, unsettling notes of Mica Levi’s phenomenally peculiar score.

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Andrew Wyatt is a lifelong St. Louis native and a freelance writer on film art. Read his essays on classic, cult, and contemporary cinema at gatewaycinephile.com and follow along with his film addiction at letterboxd.com/awyatt76/.

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