Steam Seberg


Seberg is a movie starring Kristen Stewart, Yvan Attal, and Gabriel Sky. Inspired by real events in the life of French New Wave icon Jean Seberg. In the late 1960s, Hoover's FBI targeted her because of her political and romantic...

Other Titles
Vigilando a Jean Seberg, Seberg: Más allá del cine, セバーグ, Σίμπεργκ, Seberg Contra Todos, Jean Seberg - Against All Enemies, Seberg - Nel mirino, Seberg - Contra Todos os Inimigos, Against All Enemies
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Thriller, Biography
Benedict Andrews
Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel
Yvan Attal, Jack O'Connell, Kristen Stewart, Gabriel Sky
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Inspired by real events in the life of À bout de souffle (1960) star and French New Wave icon Jean Seberg, who in the late 1960s was targeted by Hoover's FBI, because of her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal.

Comments about drama «Seberg» (7)

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Zachary Lopez

One of my favorite movies of all time, "The Fisher King" has been repeatedly called into question as a good movie for its depiction of how a family deals with a tragedy and how the people who are closest to that family deal with it. I am going to have to disagree with those people because "The Fisher King" is one of the most accurate portrayals of what happened in the World Trade Center attacks. It is also one of the most intense and powerful films I have ever seen. "The Fisher King" follows the story of Jack (Oscar-nominated Martin Landau), a New York City firefighter. When he hears the news of the attacks on the World Trade Center and is haunted by the pain and loss of those he lost in the attacks, he finds solace in his friendship with his older brother, George (Donald Sutherland). Jack is extremely concerned about the welfare of his younger brother, who has been left with a fractured skull. He wants to get to know his brother, but finds himself often worrying about him rather than his well-being. When the rest of the fire department fails to arrive for work on time, Jack begins to panic when he doesn't get a call from George. As the days pass, the two brothers slowly begin to get closer, and Jack begins to understand what his brother has been through. "The Fisher King" is a dramatic movie about the loss of life on September 11th, 2001. It is also a heartbreaking movie about the loss of a brother, and the ability of a family to get through such a traumatic event. Martin Landau is the best thing about this movie. He gives a powerful performance as the title character. The only thing that bothers me about his performance is that he looks older than his age. He is about 21 at the time he is making the movie. This is especially evident in scenes where he is walking through the streets of New York City. He looks like a younger man. Donald Sutherland gives a powerful performance as the father of Jack and George. He does a great job portraying the quiet, but strong, father who has to overcome the tragedy that has struck his family. This is the one role in the movie that I find Sutherland's performance to be the most impressive. Kenneth Branagh plays the mayor of New York City. He is the older brother of George. Branagh gives an amazing performance as the mayor, but I am not sure if he was acting or just choosing his role. It is a good performance, but I do not think it is as impressive as Branagh's performance in "Shakespeare in Love". "The Fisher King" is a powerful movie. I recommend it highly.

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Susan Holland

Based on the book by Michael Herrmann, the movie tells the story of William Baumgartner, who built an incredible airplane to get to the moon in 1969, the year before the moon landing. He was convicted of murder in 1973 and has been in prison ever since. He is now serving life for murder, but there is a lot more to this story. The acting was absolutely fantastic, but this is probably the best performance I have seen since the king of Kong (1973). The cinematography was excellent, especially the long takes. I do not understand how the director, Janusz Kaminski, could have achieved such a masterful job. The music by Ennio Morricone was also great. The way the moon came into being was a great touch. There was nothing boring in the film. This film is a masterpiece.

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Debra S.

I saw this movie when it first came out, and I was impressed with the performances of everyone involved, especially Dustin Hoffman and his character's. I feel that the movie was very well done. I do not believe that all the negatives are the fault of the story. I feel that the negative reviews on IMDb and the critics are the fault of the writers and directors who created the movie, and not the actors, actresses, or directors. I feel that the movie has many great qualities, and is worth a viewing. I am now working on the screenplay for the next "Punisher" movie. I am quite satisfied with this movie, and would watch it again, without hesitation. I would not say that the movie is a great movie, because it is not. I am going to say it is a very good movie. This movie is worth watching if you have any interest in violent, depraved, or suspenseful movies.

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Well, I've been watching films for a long time and this is one of my favorite films. I just watched the film the other day and I have to say that the acting is perfect, the script is perfect, and the music is perfect. A great movie, perfect direction, great actors. It is very rare that a movie like this is made, and I am glad it is. This is one of the best movies I have seen this year. It is a must see, you will not regret watching this movie. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to watch movies, and you will not be disappointed. 9/10

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This movie is about a woman (Amy Schumer) who's been hiding her lesbian identity. It's a bit of a tragedy for her because her friend (Kristen Bell) was one of the first people to come out of the closet in her town. But, at least she is happy with her life. But, Amy is so scared to come out. She knows she's a lesbian, but she can't tell anyone. So, she hides her true feelings in her romantic feelings and romantic thoughts. She also has a lot of money and wants to become a fashion designer. So, she's constantly in a downward spiral. But, one day, a man (Jason Segal) shows up and tells Amy that she should come out of the closet. She has to accept her true feelings and go through the necessary changes to become a great fashion designer. The story is also about a man (Jason Segal) who has been hiding his homosexuality from everyone for a long time. He's also very jealous of Amy's success. The movie is well made. It's a well-written story with a good cast. The acting was pretty good. Jason Segal was excellent as the "bad guy". Amy Schumer was also good. She was great at portraying a lesbian. The story was believable and the ending was very good. The characters were very good. I loved the parts of her and her friends. Overall, this movie was good. It's a good movie about coming out of the closet. I recommend this movie to everyone. The movie was very good.

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The story follows two men, a drug addict and a serial killer, as they become close friends during their final year in prison. It is really hard to make a movie about the American prison system, and most of the time the crime is related to petty crimes. However, this movie does so in a believable and surprising way. I must admit, I have never been a big fan of John Travolta, and I am not sure how he managed to make the role of Frank Costello (who is basically an actor with the name of Frank Costello, not the Frank Costello from "Grease"). But he has a great scene with Kevin Bacon, and he does the role with a little of his usual self. My favorite scene was when he was trying to give his brother's car to his brother's friend. And finally, the whole movie is filled with nice moments, and this one is no exception. Recommended to anyone who is interested in the American prison system.

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Andrew Morgan

Annette Bening does a great job of showing us the humanity of an insane, but somewhat normal, woman. The film is very graphic and does contain some violence, and I would not recommend it for anyone under the age of 13. But it is a great movie and definitely worth seeing. Overall, this is a great film. It is a must see for any true movie fan.