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  1. Biography
  2. Country UK
  3. duration 102Min
  4. directed by Benedict Andrews
  5. 887 votes
  6. 5,5 / 10

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Stewart does not look anywhere NEAR as cute as Jean Seberg! Seberg NEVER had tattoos! She is a poor choice. Kristen Stewart is amazing. This interview is actual proof that we have lizard people walking amongst us. A lot of guys took advantage of her it seems... Shot on IIlford film.


Seberg Theatrical release poster Directed by Benedict Andrews Produced by Marina Acton Fred Berger Kate Garwood Stephen Hopkins Brian Kavanaugh-Jones Bradley Pilz Alan Ritchson Written by Joe Shrapnel Anna Waterhouse Starring Kristen Stewart Jack O'Connell Margaret Qualley Zazie Beetz Anthony Mackie Vince Vaughn Music by Jed Kurzel Cinematography Rachel Morrison Edited by Pamela Martin Production company Automatik Bradley Pilz Productions Phreaker Films Ingenious Media Distributed by Amazon Studios Universal Pictures Release date August 30, 2019 ( Venice) January 10, 2020 (United Kingdom) February 21, 2020 (United Kingdom) Running time 102 minutes [1] Country United States United Kingdom Language English Budget $8 million [2] Box office $62, 694 [3] Seberg is a 2019 political thriller film directed by Benedict Andrews, from a screenplay by Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse. It stars Kristen Stewart, Jack O'Connell, Margaret Qualley, Zazie Beetz, Anthony Mackie and Vince Vaughn. It had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on August 30, 2019. It was released in the United Kingdom on January 10, 2020, by Universal Pictures and is scheduled to be released on February 21, 2020, by Amazon Studios. Premise [ edit] The FBI 's surveillance program COINTELPRO begins to target actress Jean Seberg due to her associations with Hakim Jamal. Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] In March 2018, it was announced Kristen Stewart, Jack O'Connell, Anthony Mackie, Margaret Qualley and Colm Meaney had joined the cast of the film. Benedict Andrews will direct the film from a screenplay by Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse. Fred Berger, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Kate Garwood, Stephen Hopkins, Bradley Pilz, will produce the film under their Automatik and Bradley Pilz Productions banners, respectively. [4] In April 2018, Zazie Beetz joined the cast of the film. [5] In May 2018, Vince Vaughn, Yvan Attal and Stephen Root joined the cast of the film. [6] In June 2018, Cornelius Smith Jr. and Jade Pettyjohn joined the cast of the film. [7] In July 2018, Ser'Darius Blain joined the cast of the film. [8] Filming [ edit] Principal production started June 2018 in Los Angeles. [9] Production concluded on August 2, 2018. [10] Release [ edit] In February 2019, Amazon Studios acquired distribution rights to the film. [11] It had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on August 30, 2019. [12] Universal Pictures distribute the film in all territories outside of America. [13] It also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 7, 2019. [14] The film was released in the United States on December 13, 2019, in an Oscar qualifying run, before being released on February 21, 2020. [15] [16] and in the United Kingdom on January 10, 2020. [17] Critical response [ edit] Seberg holds a 39% approval rating on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 69 reviews, with an average rating of 5. 35/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Seberg's frustratingly superficial treatment of a fascinating true story does a disservice to its subject -- and Kristen Stewart's performance in the central role. " [18] On Metacritic, the film holds a weighted average score of 58 out of 100, based on 10 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". [19] Time Magazine 's annual best performances of the year list by Stephanie Zacharek listed Stewart as the tenth best performance of 2019. [20] References [ edit] ^ "Biannele Cinema 2019 - Seberg". Venice Film Festival. 2019-07-19. Retrieved August 13, 2019. ^ Film and Television Tax Credit Program Program 2. 0 (PDF) (Report). California Film Commission. July 29, 2019. p. 1. Retrieved August 26, 2019. ^ "Seberg". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved January 15, 2020. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (March 14, 2018). "Kristen Stewart To Play Icon Jean Seberg In Political Thriller 'Against All Enemies'; Jack O'Connell, Anthony Mackie Also Star". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ Kroll, Justin (April 2, 2018). "Zazie Beetz Eyes Jean Seberg Film 'Against All Enemies' Starring Kristen Stewart (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (May 9, 2018). "Vince Vaughn & More Join Kristen Stewart In Jean Seberg Thriller 'Against All Enemies' – Cannes". Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ ‘Scandal’ Alum Cornelius Smith Jr. Cast In ‘Against All Enemies’ ^ N'Duka, Amanda (July 25, 2018). "Ser'Darius Blain Cast In 'Against All Enemies'; Chris O'Shea Joins 'Modern Persuasion'; Carlos Leal In 'The Last Thing He Wanted ' ". Retrieved July 25, 2018. ^ "Against All Enemies". Production Weekly. Retrieved June 10, 2018. ^ Morrison, Rachel (August 2, 2018). "That's a wrap on #againstallenemies. So much gratitude to my incredible camera crew featuring one and only @englishsly and @moneypennyyyyy and a bunch of other cats who are too cool for IG. 🤞we made something we all can be proud of... " Instagram. Retrieved August 2, 2018. ^ Siegel, Tatiana (February 8, 2019). "Berlin: Amazon Nabs Kristen Stewart as Jean Seberg in Thriller 'Against All Enemies' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 8, 2019. ^ Anderson, Ariston (July 25, 2019). "Venice Film Festival Unveils Lineup (Updating Live)". Retrieved July 25, 2019. ^ "Universal buys select international territories on Kristen Stewart Venice title 'Seberg' (exclusive)". Screen International. August 7, 2019. Retrieved November 13, 2019. ^ Vlessing, Etan (August 13, 2019). " ' The Aeronauts, ' 'Burnt Orange Heresy' Added to Toronto Film Fest Lineup". Retrieved August 13, 2019. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (December 12, 2019). "Kristen Stewart Pic 'Seberg' To Roll Out In February Following Oscar Qualifying Run". Retrieved January 11, 2020. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (September 26, 2019). "Kristen Stewart Amazon Studios Pic 'Seberg' Stakes Release Date In Awards Season". Retrieved September 26, 2019. ^ "Seberg". Launching Films. Retrieved November 13, 2019. ^ "Seberg (2019)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved November 21, 2019. ^ "Seberg Reviews". Metacritic. Retrieved November 7, 2019. ^ Zacharek, Stephanie (November 26, 2019). "The 10 Best Movie Performances of 2019". Time. Retrieved November 28, 2019. External links [ edit] Seberg on IMDb Seberg at Rotten Tomatoes Seberg at Metacritic.

Looks good, not gonna lie. “I am well. Can I stay?” 😂. Me and the bois doing amateur radio. Tom: He's my friend. Robotnik: So was I. Sonic the Hedgehog: Civil War. That interviewer is a very bad bitch. i love jean seberg <3, she was great and beautiful actress LOOK WHAT SHE SAID IN 2:6 MARLON BRANDO MADE GREAT ACTORS & ACTRESSES MARLON BRANDO LEGEND. She looks so 80s with short hair and a denim jacket - so to die for. ❤. I thought this was a movie urgh.


Who knew a 2:41 movie trailer could bring on the waterworks. Der erste Trailer von einem Film mit Frau Stewart, in der sie mich als Schauspielerin überzeugen könnte und mehr als nur zwei Gesichtsausdrücke scheinbar zeigen kann, Respekt. Sources: Buttigieg ending his presidential campaign March 1, 2020 at 6:32 pm MOVIE REVIEW “SEBERG” Rated R. At AMC Loews Boston Common and suburban theaters. Grade: B As a biopic, “Seberg” is buoyed by Kristen Stewart’s fantastic performance as doomed ’60s movie star Jean Seberg and its narrow focus. Instead of charting the expansive if short life — she died at 40 — of the Marshalltown, Iowa, native who found overnight teenage celebrity and global mockery simultaneously, “Seberg” analyzes not her many Hollywood and European movies or broken marriages and affairs but her destruction at the hands of the FBI. Like many, Jean Seberg was naïve. She had no idea that as an American she might find herself at the center of an illegal plot that would be expected to be set in Soviet Russia or Mao’s China. For her support of what FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover considered a seditious organization — with donations to the Black Panthers and a Black Power salute for the cameras — he unleashed the full power of the Bureau to bug her homes, create lies and bitter gossipy rumors that would ultimately drive her to a breakdown and, eventually, suicide. “Seberg” is written by Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse and directed by Benedict Andrews (he recently helmed a hit London stage revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” with Sienna Miller as Maggie and Jack O’Connell as Brick). Andrews uses a large cast and splendid, Oscar-worthy costuming and production design to tell this sordid story. It begins with a recreation of Seberg’s infamous 1957 film debut, burning at the stake as Joan of Arc in Otto Preminger’s “Saint Joan. ” The newcomer was left scarred physically and psychically. A decade later, Seberg rules as a French New Wave icon based in Paris who has come to LA to see about a Hollywood picture and a much-needed comeback. She befriends Panther activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie) on the flight over and poses with the Panthers on the tarmac. That is the photo op that sets off Hoover. The two FBI agents assigned to surveille and bug her homes offer high contrast: viciously bigoted Kowalski (Vince Vaughn) who wants to nail her as a Commie and impressionable Jack Solomon (O’Connell) who though married (to Margaret Qualley’s nervous housewife) becomes bewitched by his prey. The film’s use of the fictional Solomon as the sympathetic viewpoint for the audience is its big mistake. In a film about real life tragedy, he’s too conventionally drawn to seem anything more than a familiar plot device. It’s Stewart who sets the fires, a study of a complex woman’s unraveling registered with a coolly magnetic intensity. She makes “Seberg” soar.

📽Audience REACTIONS at its North American PREMIERE:
😄😄(2 laughs)
😢(1 possible cry)
🤓(learn about true events)
Seberg (Benedict Andrews) is an affair drama which is an interpretation of a real story. Combining the lead character's professional and personal roles, it explores her personal and relational lives.
Kristen Stewart gives a slightly contrite performance and she seems to have been once again typecast. Thankfully, the supporting cast are there with good performances to make up for the lack of personal connection with the main character. Unfortunately the excellent costume design is not enough to carry the film and will likely be overlooked.
Speaking after a screening at TIFF, the director explained the film is really a story of voyeurism; the addiction and danger of the watcher and watched. Even so, the excitement of surveillance is lost on an emotional contrived performance.

Ich finde Kristen bis heute hot. Wie eine ältere und größere Emma Watson. D. Our trust and hope is in God🙏. 2019: some little kid drawing sanic from memory 2020: sonic the hedgehog. “A man lit a fire and put me on it, ” actress Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart) curtly tells her lover, activist Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie), in “Seberg, ” a flawed and fascinating film about fame and martyrdom. She’s explaining the burn scars she suffered while playing Joan of Arc in Otto Preminger’s “Saint Joan” (1957), but the comment could as easily serve as this movie’s tagline. Conflagration is a recurring motif. “You’re playing with fire, ” Jamal warns, knowing the FBI will notice her generous donations to civil rights causes and her association with the Black Panther movement. The year is 1968, and Seberg has left her home in Paris — as well as her husband, writer Romain Gary (Yvan Attal), and their young son — to come to Los Angeles to audition for “Paint Your Wagon. ” Her Black Power salute at the airport draws immediate attention, as does her nighttime visit to Jamal’s home in Compton wearing an arresting minidress and driving a sunshine-yellow convertible. Her actions seem less deliberately provocative than politically ingenuous, those of a woman unaware that her support for African-American rights will lead to the thorough violation of her own. Though inspired by real life, “Seberg, ” directed by Benedict Andrews, isn’t a biopic. It’s a distressing, sometimes distracted portrait of a woman haunted and hounded, shamed and surveilled to the point of complete mental collapse. We see and hear virtually nothing of her early life or her movies, of the small-town Iowa native who became a star of the French New Wave at 21 and died at 40, overcome by barbiturates. Instead, Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel’s script spends too much time observing Seberg’s fictional and ultimately conscience-stricken nemesis, FBI agent Jack Solomon (Jack O’Connell), whose spying and harassment will send her into emotional free fall. Despite its wearying preoccupation with FBI mischief and Solomon’s softening toward his target, “Seberg” has an old-fashioned glamour that can on occasion take your breath away. The styling and production design are impeccable, and Rachel Morrison’s radiant cinematography is as beguiling as Stewart’s performance. Glowing beneath Seberg’s famous blond pixie cut, confident yet fragile, she’s a picture of gorgeous disintegration. Andrews might have diluted her point of view and blurred his film’s focus, but when his star has his undivided attention, he knows how to set up a scene. Watch her pace nervously in her fishbowl of a house, dressed in a silk peignoir and clutching a drink, an irresistible target for anyone with a mind to stalk or photograph. Late in the movie, there’s one long, perfect shot — a rapturous synchronicity of sound and vision — where we see Seberg walk toward the camera on her husband’s arm while Scott Walker’s “It’s Raining Today” croons prophetically on the soundtrack. The song mourns a lover who’s already the fading memory that Seberg will become, and it seems to be saying we should have watched her more closely while we still could.

So much support when youre on your recovery. Yep. Going to watch. Critics Consensus Seberg 's frustratingly superficial treatment of a fascinating true story does a disservice to its subject -- and Kristen Stewart's performance in the central role. 39% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 77 68% Audience Score User Ratings: 19 Seberg Ratings & Reviews Explanation Seberg Videos Photos Movie Info Seberg is inspired by true events about the French New Wave darling and Breathless star, Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart), who in the late 1960s was targeted by the FBI because of her support of the civil rights movement and romantic involvement with Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie), among others. In Benedict Andrews' noir-ish thriller, Seberg's life and career are destroyed by Hoover's overreaching surveillance and harassment in an effort to suppress and discredit Seberg's activism. Rating: R (for language, sexual content/nudity and some drug use) Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Feb 21, 2020 limited Runtime: 103 minutes Studio: Amazon Studios Cast News & Interviews for Seberg Critic Reviews for Seberg Audience Reviews for Seberg There are no featured reviews for Seberg because the movie has not released yet (Feb 21, 2020). See Movies in Theaters Seberg Quotes News & Features.

B ased on the real-life targeted campaign of intimidation by the FBI against the American actress Jean Seberg, this portrait of a woman pushed to breaking point coheres around a fine, friable performance from Kristen Stewart. Gamine-cropped and haunted of eye, she brings a nervy physicality to a role that might otherwise have been sunk by a rather prosaic screenplay. She’s endlessly fascinating to watch: her fingers flicker compulsively across her hair; her hands hide her face from her own gaze in the mirror. Her support of various civil rights causes, including the Black Panthers, and her affair with black activist Hakim Jamal, made Seberg a person of interest for the bureau (given a human face and a conscience here by Jack O’Connell’s newbie surveillance officer). A star in Europe after appearing in Godard’s Breathless, she exuded an impulsive, unpredictable quality that chimed with the spirit of the French New Wave. And perhaps it’s that association, linking Seberg with rule-breaking, risk-taking film-making, that makes this drama, directed by Australian theatre director Benedict Andrews, seem slightly flat and uninteresting in its approach. Watch a trailer for Seberg.

I used to study this type of activism and I am quite familiar with this story and its character.
This movie was trying to prostrate as it was positively event when the real story was nothing what that movie was made out to be. There is a lot of stories in this movie that needs to addressing to. I'll leave a few examples in here:
First of off, this lady was never had a romance with this Civil Rights activist.
Secondly, the FBI was not harassing her all because of hers political, nor because of hers involvement with Civil Rights, except it was because of her being involvement with a racist black group that was attempting to rob a several business and motivate to kill the enforcement.
Lastly, this lady was arrested for treason, publicity destruction, hatred, and harassing the soldiers whose return from Vietnam.
This movie needs to re-fix with fact-checking, instead of doing it to supports the propaganda.
I'll give it a 10 star once they fix it, but I know they won't.
(EDIT: Do some research instead of clicking dislikes all because you are offended by it...

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