SEBERG – Review by Martha K Baker

Undoubtedly, the life and early death of Jean Seberg are worth recounting in film, the medium in which she made her mark. Would that the current biography of Seberg’s last years measure up to her life and death. It tries. It almost makes it, but, in the end, Seberg barely introduces Jean Seberg.

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SEBERG – Review by MaryAnn Johanson

The cat-and-mouse game that French New Wave icon Jean Seberg never realized she was playing with the FBI is the crux around which the confused Seberg pivots. By far the most compelling aspect of this limp, strangled attempt to merge the biopic with the paranoid thriller is the central performance by the always fascinating Kristen Stewart.

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