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The Ghosts of Les Haute Solitudes

Shot in black and white, entirely silent, and comprised mostly of close-ups, Les Haute Solitudes (1974) becomes an exercise in studying gestures; Dreyer’s close-ups of Renee Falconetti as Jeanne d’Arc elongated to an hour length film if you will. 149 more words

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Jean Seberg and Maurice Ronet

A frigid beauty (Miss Seberg) arrives in Peru in the midst of a round-the-world trip in search of fulfilment, accompanied by her husband and his chauffeur, who complete a masochistic menage a trois. Roger Ebert.

American

Jean Seberg 1938 – 1979

Jean Seberg: American-born actress, discovered by Austrian directer Otto Preminger to play the title role in Saint Joan (1957); final screen appearance in an Austrian film version of the Ibsen… 7 more words

American

Recommended Podcast: You Must Remember This

One of my goals with this blog is to share some of my favorite podcasts, movies, comics, books, etc. Thankfully, it took me no time to determine where to start. 927 more words

Recommendations

Film Review: Five Day Lover (1961)

So, one thing I want to get out of the way first. I watched this while in a giant soaker tub in Philly. Full disclosure: This may impact my feelings about this film. 417 more words

60s

How to Wear Elegantly a Pixie Haircut Like 60's Icon Jean Seberg

Everyone thinks she’s French (after all, she spent half of her life in her beloved France), but she’s actually American: Jean Seberg has probably been one of the classiest and most fascinating American actresses ever. 129 more words

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Jean Seberg pixie cut

Jean Seberg: American-born actress, discovered by Austrian directer Otto Preminger to play the title role in Saint Joan (1957), played the title role in Lilith… 20 more words

American