As difficult as it is to watch anything involving politics or history at the moment, given the epic tragedy our nation has just befallen, I hear that Natalie Portman does turn in a fantastic performance as Jackie Kennedy in Pablo Larrain's biopic, which we finally have a full trailer for. It's apparently much more of an art film than a straightforward biography, which explains the raves from critics. She's for sure headed for at least another nomination, if not an outright win. But for me it's hard not to look at the people the actors are portraying in this reimagining of the days after JFK's death, and picture all of them dry heaving if they were forced to witness what just happened to the country they once served as presumably professional, adult human beings. Caroline Kennedy is probably the one doing so at the moment.