13 Days Movie Analysis

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I would like to introduce the movie of “Thirteen Days”. It’s the story of the 1963 Cuban Missile Crisis based on the book by May and Zelikow titled The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Cuba set up to take this piece of a missile from a US reconnaissance plane began to lift the successful conclusion of the crisis, which is full of the story climaxes with a touch of tension pole made of the most successful, the viewer although clearly know the outcome is peaceful, but it still will be attracted to the story, and have a sense of empathy crisis. I'm a little bit query this film background, he was taken from the 1998 23-hour real meeting tapes published book: "Cuban Missile Crisis, John F. Kennedy in the White House" (The Kennedy Tapes - Inside the White House during the Cuban Missile Crisis) film adaptation, and reliability is quite high. Superstar Kevin Ke Sina national security adviser to President Kennedy played around, Kenny Erving Tanner, which President Kennedy and their brother, together in 1962 to resolve the world's most dangerous 13 days. Cuban missile crisis occurred in October 14, 1962, US bombers found U2 Soviet nuclear…show more content…
The two main characters who are the Mr. President and also Mr.O’Donnell, we can find out that a good leader cannot make a good and correct decision without his helper or his members. Mr. O’Donnell have play his role as a good member beside his leader, he also guide his leader to the good and correct decision. Every member have to complete their parts and this will lead their group to achieve their target easily. Leader is also a normal people and no people can live alone without anybody else, so we have to work together as a team to achieve our
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