“She straightened up, and I saw that her face was distorted. She was crying. For the first time I realized that I had hurt a living sensitive...”
Jean Seberg in 1957 on the set of Bonjour Tristesse of Otto Preminger. Photographed by Georges Dudognon.
“Even today I cannot get used to people who stare at me, while they are talking, or come very close to make sure that I am listening. My only thought...”
Jean Seberg in Bonjour Tristesse (Otto Preminger - 1958)
It’s getting out of control. I just wish I were a lot older or a lot younger.