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A flame snuffed out too soon and mistreated while it raged. She had talent worth considering and a heart worth loving. I implore you to view her films.
I first saw this movie a few years ago. Like Jean in this movie, I was 18 at the time and watching the film I found that my attention was glued to her face, her expressions and that incredibly attractive body. The more I saw her the more I felt warmly attracted to her. Seeing how she looked in her shorts (they could not be any shorter or tighter) slowly made me realize that I was becoming sexually aroused, never before had a girl affected me that way. I have seen it at least 25 times since I taped it and I often fantasize being in the movie with her and letting her seduce me. Thank you Jean Seberg for unknowingly giving me my sexual identity.
Winona Ryder reminds me of Jean Seberg it is probably too late now but she could have played her in a bio movie at one time
a real beauty
My first awareness of Jean Seberg came when I saw her in "Bonjours Tristesse". What an enchanting young lady, with an innocent and at the same time alluring face and demeanor. And how she looks in those very short shorts! What a gorgeous pair of legs (nice buns too). How nice a scene would have been with her skinny dipping and sun bathing in the nude.
What a beautifully tragic woman!
The first movie I saw Jean Seberg in was "Bonjour Tristesse" and I thought she was wonderful. I loved her youthfulness and chic way of acting. Her beauty is a given. I thought she rocked the short hair style. I'm learning all I can about her and her films. She had her own way of communicating through her films. Her performances were innocent and intense. I love her work and am grateful for what she left behind.
Jean Seberg and the gov't in the 70's
What a loss. Beauty and talent do not keep the gov't out of your face!! Too many performers and noyables have been harassed by the gov't and the press. Even the strong are victims, but the gentle and weak are no muach for the "BIG NEWS" of the next story.