For all its talk about sex, incest, insanity and the gory details of the Kennedy assassination, Mark Waters' adaptation of Wendy MacLeod's play doesn't really amount to much more than a lurid, thoroughly enjoyable little pot-boiler. Jackie-O (Parker Posey),
the cracked, spoiled daughter of a wealthy Washington, DC matriarch (Genevieve Bujold), has two obsessions in life: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her twin brother Marty (Josh Hamilton) whom she loves... a lot. One dark and stormy night, Marty arrives home for the Thanksgiving holidays with a
surprise on his arm: his somewhat dim fiancee, Lesly (Tori Spelling). This all comes as a terrible shock to Jackie-O, who...