Jean Seberg Leaves Us Breathless

Jean Seberg was one of the most enchanting yet elusive figures in 1960s cinema. On this episode, filmmaker and biographer Garry McGee recalls Seberg’s life and career, from her unsteady overnight stardom via Otto Preminger’s “Saint Joan” to her crowning glory in the French New Wave to the harassment from J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI and the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death.

The episode is now online.

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