In the wake of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas on November 22, 1963, the country went into a frenzy as news stations produced headline after headline—accurate and inaccurate—of what had occurred at Dealey Plaza that afternoon. But what happened amidst the chaos of one of the most devastating events in US history and how did those involved in the event respond? Parkland delves into the aftermath, giving viewers insight into the lives of those closest to the tragedy and following them in a span of four days. From the nurses and doctors who tended to a wounded President Kennedy to the Secret Service agents responsible for protecting him, and the infamous Abraham Zapruder who captured everything on his 8mm camera, the film focuses on the stories within the news headlines. More after the jump.