On November 22nd, 1963, shots rang out in the streets of Dallas and President John F. Kennedy fell. For some, it was the end of an era. But for Robert F. Kennedy, it was a crucial turning point. After years of fighting for his brother's vision, he was forced to become a man in his own right. This top-quality drama tells the life story of one of the best-loved political leaders of our time, from his childhood in one of the most celebrated American families, to his work in his brother's administration, to his assasination in 1968. Follow the Kennedy family's rise to power in a tale of tragedy and triumph directed by Marvin J. Chomsky, featuring an unforgettable cast including Brad Davis, Veronica Cartwright, Ned Beatty and Joe Pantoliano.