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4.1
111 Ratings

From the Journals of Jean Seberg

Directed by Mark Rappaport
United States, 1995
Documentary

Synopsis

Mark Rappaport’s creative bio-pic about actress Jean Seberg is presented in a first-person, autobiographical format (with Seberg played by Mary Beth Hurt). He seamlessly interweaves cinema, politics, American society and culture, and film theory to inform, entertain, and move the viewer.

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From the Journals of Jean Seberg Directed by Mark Rappaport

Critics reviews

This also separates Rappaport’s work from today’s video essays. Most of today’s video essays are obsessed with celebrating movies and figuring new ways to package them. But Rappaport breaks through their glossy surfaces to show how underlying issues of politics and sexuality affect what shows up on screen, and how unfairly actresses get judged and treated.
April 24, 2015
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