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  • Movie Name: Seberg (2019)
  • IMDb Rating: 5.8/10
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  • Language: Hindi Dubbed | English (Dual Audio)
    Director: Benedict Andrews
    Stars: Kristen Stewart, Yvan Attal, Gabriel Sky
  • Genres: Biography | DramaThriller
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Seberg 2019 Movie – Storyline :

Jean Seberg, an American actress known for playing the female lead in Jean-Luc Godard’s film Breathless, prepares to part with her husband, Romain Gary, and child in Paris before leaving for Los Angeles. On the jet flight in first class, she witnesses a Black activist insisting on sitting in first class and offering to pay for the seats. The activist demands preferential treatment for Malcolm X’s widow, claiming she should be treated like “royalty”; Seberg appears to be attracted to the passenger, who introduces himself as Hakim Jamal, a member of the Black Panther Party (BPP).

Upon arrival in the U.S., Seberg notices a group of Black activists protesting at the airport and indicating their displeasure with the treatment Jamal and his traveling companions received on the flight. She joins the protesters and raises her fist in a Black power salute in solidarity. Unbeknownst to her, FBI agents, including Jack Solomon, are undercover at the airport. At Solomon’s suggestion, the FBI shadow her activities while she is in the U.S. and arrange to have her phone conversations taped due to her perceived association with the Black Power movement.

After telling Jamal she knows the incident on the plane was staged to get her attention, Seberg begins a sexual relationship with him, despite the latter being married. The FBI’s surveillance program COINTELPRO begins to target Seberg, recording her and Jamal having sex and showing it to Jamal’s wife, Dorothy. Jamal leaves Seberg after Dorothy confronts him, leaving Seberg devastated. Seberg becomes increasingly paranoid after suspecting that her life is being monitored. Solomon anonymously calls Seberg to warn her to sever her ties with the movement.

Seberg becomes pregnant by an unknown person. Continuing their surveillance and harassment of Seberg for years, COINTELPRO agents create a rumor that the baby was fathered by a member of the BPP and feed it to the media. Seberg attempts suicide, which leads to her daughter dying in infancy. The combination of her daughter’s death and the FBI’s smear campaign about the child’s paternity send her into a deep depression. Seberg announces she would sue the publication that published the rumor. Solomon changes his mind about surveilling Seberg, takes the FBI file on her, and shows it to her at a bar, confirming her suspicions. After the encounter, the real-life Seberg is said to have moved back to Paris while still supporting the BPP and died in 1979 due to a probable suicide.

Seberg Full Movie Review:

Kristen Stewart stars as Jean Seberg, the breakout star of the French New Wave Cinema in Jean-Luc Godard’s BREATHLESS (1960). Ms. Stewart brings much more than a short haircut to the role. It’s not a stretch to imagine Ms. Stewart has experienced some of the downside to fame that Ms. Seberg experienced during her career, so it’s no surprise that the moments of torment and frustration and anxiety are the film’s best. Even as a teenager in Iowa, Ms. Seberg showed signs of an activist-in-development. She ran off to Hollywood and was discovered by director Otto Preminger and cast in the lead role for his SAINT JOAN (1957). Seberg actually suffered severe burns during the filming of a key scene – one which is reenacted by Stewart for this film.

Director Benedict Andrews working with a script from Joe Shrapnel (grandson of actress Deborah Kerr) and Anna Waterhouse (they also co-wrote THE AFTERMATH and RACE), focuses mostly on the period of 1968-1971. We see Seberg’s first encounter with Hakim Abdullah Jamal (Anthony Mackie) on a commercial flight, and her follow-up pose with the Black Panthers for a publicity shot on the tarmac. This kicks off an FBI investigation, as well as an affair between Seberg (married to novelist and filmmaker Romain Gary, played by Yvan Attal) and Jamal (married to Dorothy, played by Zazie Beetz). We see how Seberg landed on Hoover’s FBI watch list, and how she was sincerely trying to help what she saw as a worthy cause.

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