From the Journals of Jean Seberg

1995, Documentary, 1h 37m

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This film blends documentary and fiction to create a portrait of American actress Jean Seberg (Mary Beth Hurt). Depicting her rise to fame as the winner of a talent search launched by director Otto Preminger, the movie covers her years in both Hollywood and Europe, where she became a popular French star. Addressing Seberg's personal problems, the production also looks at the lives of some of her peers, notably fellow famous and controversy-courting celebrity Jane Fonda.

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  • Jun 21, 2010
    Now this is an interesting documentary, Mark Rappaport decided to get another actress to play Jean Seberg and we see the story based on first person point of view, it's like reading Seberg's journal, maybe that's why they call it from the Journal of Jean Seberg. Unlike the usual star's documentary, this one doesn't focus only in Jean's life, it also covers many things from other actress' careers (Jane Fonda & Vanessa Redgrave) to French's New Wave (Jean was the star of Godard's Breathless, one of the pioneer in French's New Wave). As for Jean Seberg's life itself, the life that she had was a pretty tough one, not so successful career, her nervous breakdown problem and even her issue with the FBI. Mary Beth Hurt was also brilliant and she resembles Seberg a lot. fun fact: Mary Beth Hurt was also born in Marshalltown, Iowa, in 1948, attended the same high school as Seberg, and Seberg had been her babysitter. <img src="http://www.newwavefilm.com/images/Jean_Seberg.jpg"><img>
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