- 1h 36min
- Directed by: Benedict Andrews
- Cast: Kristen Stewart, Yvan Attal, Gabriel Sky
In 1968, actress Jean Seberg (Stewart) meets and is attracted to black activist Hakim Abdullah Jamal (Mackie). A quietly chilling depiction of how a person’s beliefs can cause them to be branded an enemy of the people; Stewart poignantly captures Seberg’s unravelling and Vaughn and Solomon provide strong support.
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Seberg6 Jan 2020
Kristen Stewart is the eponymous movie star in this flawed but well-performed biopic
The landmark success of Godard's Breathless saw Jean Seberg anointed as the American poster girl of the French New Wave. It was a spectacular reinvention following the mixed fortunes of her teenage discovery and early Hollywood roles. Directed by…
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