[books] Burning Down the Sixties — oldish interview with James Ellroy. On Oliver Stone’s JFK: …
‘That movie is electrifying for the first 45 minutes because it hints at Cuba. It never hints at the mob, and it’s too bad, because it is the mob. You know, it’s the mob-renegades-CIA-crazy-Cuban-exiles nexus, and anything else is horse shit. I would believe the single-gunman theory before I would believe the military-industrial complex theory. It’s preposterous. “Gentlemen, I’ll give you your damn war.” Ha! War this! [points to his crotch]’
James Ellroy on JFK
This entry was posted on Sunday, January 15th, 2006 at 10:12 pm and is filed under America, Books, James Ellroy, Politics.
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