|Natalie Portman (as Jackie) and Jackie Kennedy|
She knew the value of her role - if the comparison to Camelot and to the legacy of Lincoln was a myth, a beautiful mirage, it was a potent one that would sustain the nation. Jackie was well versed in playing the partner of an important and consequential man. She had been doing so since her first days as JFK's bride, and then wife and First Lady, at great personal cost.
If his (and her) sacrifice had not been significant, what, then, had it been for?