A marriage that represents the American dream is immersed in a personal crisis. Jackie is tired of pretending, but the responsibility is a lot and being consistent is complicated. In the middle of the cold war of the Kennedy marriage, an unexpected third party appears. A third person that will change the story, or how it was told. I’m Sorry my love is the latest work by one of Europe’s most daring new filmmakers, Eduardo Casanova, who last year blew the minds of many film buffs, in the premiere of his debut feature “Skins”, at the Berlinale. He now returns with an ambitious, hilarious and scandalous (in all the right ways) alternative view on the Kennedy assassination.