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Reddin opens up new perspectives on the assassination of J.F. Kennedy. Lynette, now a middle-aged widow, was once secretary to the editor of LIFE magazine where she witnessed the vital filmed footage of Kennedy s assassination first-hand. Had the facts revealed in the footage been made public at the time, history would have been re-written. For many years she chose to retreat into domestic life, bringing up two children rather than confronting the public deception. FRAME 312 poignantly examines the dynamics between the two generations as well as delivering a disturbingly prescient comment on the American Governmental definition of truth.
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FRAME 312 will be directed by Josie Rourke, the Donmar’s trainee director on the Carlton Television bursary scheme (now in its tenth year) during the 2000/01 season. Josie directed THE WRONG SIDE OF THE RAINBOW, a gala performance in aid of homelessness co-presented by the Donmar and Carlton Television. Recently, Josie assisted Peter Gill on LUTHER at the RNT and will direct his play KICK FOR TOUCH at the Crucible, Sheffield, next year. The cast will be British based. American Imports 2002. World Premiere