It should have been a great American success story: Small-town girl wins the leading role in a major motion picture and rockets to overnight stardom. Anyway, part of it's true. Seberg was an Iowa University student who longed to be a movie star, tried out for and won the lead (beating out a reported 18,000 applicants) in Otto Preminger's Saint Joan (1957). The attendant publicity was voluminous, but the picture flopped. She got a more colorful, and disturbing, role as the manipulative teenage te...
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Utah News Jean Seberg in Jean-Luc Godard's BREATHLESS (1960). Courtesy Rialto Pictures/StudioCanal. Playing 5/28-6/10 How can a movie be 50 years old and look so fresh, cool and timely?... Thu November 4, 2010, 11:11 pm
Local Showings Of 'duel,' 'the Breakfast Club ... - Oc Weekly Local Showings of 'Duel,' 'The Breakfast Club ...OC Weekly, CA - May 8, 2008With its lack of polish, surplus of attitude, crackling personalities of rising stars Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg, and anything-goes crime narrat... Thu May 8, 2008, 10:11 pm
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"This is a slow, delicate film. There are no car crashes, and no muscle bound hero to save the earth from some impending doom. What you will see is a brilliant study in how the weakness of one man, Warren Beatty, can cause so much harm. His misdirected passion causes the mental collapse of one, Jean Seberg, and the death of another, Peter Fonda. All cast members give excellent performances. This is a haunting film that has stayed in my memory for many, many years."
"Sean Connery sinks his teeth into a full-blooded comic role as a nonconformist poet suffering from writer's block and alimony collectors in mid-60s New York. The film's madcap style is a bit dated but there are many gems of scenes in this satire of the misunderstood artist in modern society. Watching Connery snarl through a poetry 'recital' at a society tea is hysterical, and his little dance step on the Brooklyn Bridge is among the revelations. It's interesting that 'A Fine Madness' is very much a New York City movie, and an offbeat one at that, with hints of the coming s**ual revolution and starring an international sensation who had the energy to stretch himself against typecasting--which is more than we can say for most of today's action stars."
"Although a very good movie, Universal and GoodTimes need their head examined for not showing the whole movie in widescreen. Only split-screen moments (telephone calls, air communication, and credits) are in wide. Maybe they'll be a thirtieth anniversary edition in widescreen."
"Brand new restored version of Godards classic new wave picture. Criterion gives us everything but a commentary track but the booklet more than makes up for it. Great packaging from cover art to insert case to the way down to the look of the discs.
The restored print looks really compared to the old disc I sort of tossed away and will forget about. This is a release done right and I'm sure a long time coming. We can hope for more classics like this from Criterion soon."