(Fox News) While much has been said, speculated, written and reported when it comes to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the writer/director of the upcoming drama "Parkland," Peter Landesman, promises that almost 50 years later there's still a lot left to learn.
"There is almost nothing about 'Parkland' that will feel familiar or known. It turns our preconceptions about the JFK assassination on their head, precisely because the movie is authentic and shocking in its emotional truth," he told FOX411. "It takes an American myth we thought we knew everything about, and shows us we really knew little or nothing. The biggest surprise will be how emotional it is. How it will make you feel as if you are experiencing the power and chaos and fear of the assassination as if it is happening now, to you."
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