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Seberg

1969, USA. Jean Seeberg (Kristen Stewart) comes here from France. A beautiful, bright and talented girl is about to conquer Hollywood, as easily as she conquered French cinema. By chance, she met Hakim Jamal (Anthony Maki) and immediately became interested in his ideas. He leads the left-wing organization Black Panther, which is fighting for the rights of black citizens. Jamal is constantly monitored by security services. The appearance of a movie star in his environment switches his attention to it. Seeberg is not just being watched — they are being crushed so that it threatens not only her career, but her whole life.

The biographical drama The Dangerous Role of Gene Seeberg is based on a true story. The script was written by Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse (Willpower). The director’s chair was taken by Australian Benedict Andrews. The shooting took place in the summer of 2018 in Los Angeles. The world premiere of the picture took place at the Venice Film Festival.
  • Language: English
  • Time: 102 min
  • 5.1/10
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Final grade: 6.75 out of 10
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MoviesJul Administrators 22 March 2020 13:14
The Seeberg film follows its heroine, who was trying to be honest with herself, he does not betray any radicalism in herself, does not refer to the classic films of those years, on the contrary, leads only to obvious thoughts about the toxicity of the celebrity institute, about the inadmissibility of interference in the life of strangers . But in the end, political activism does not exist to explain to humanity complex theories about the structure of the universe. People do not spare themselves, rush to the embrasure, go to rallies, endure police arbitrariness in order to remind society of seemingly commonplace truths: that elections should be free; that private life is a private matter of everyone; that the desire of the state and special services to ensure the safety of the population in fact often implies paranoid surveillance, which again violates the unshakable right to privacy. And Seeberg’s biography in the neat (maybe even too much) interpretation of the director Benedict Andrews (this is his only second film after Una) seems to be just such a seemingly straightforward, but symbolic for our time, for an era that actually has not changed at all.
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