Looking forward to watching Kristen Stewart in the upcoming Seberg? You’ll be able to watch the Amazon Original movie on Prime Video in May 2020.
If you worried there wouldn’t be that much in the way of new content on streamers in May, you can stop. Plenty of content has already filmed or is in post-production that can happen at home. Amazon Prime Video has a lot of excellent content coming in May 2020, with Seberg now officially on the list.
You’ll be able to check out Seberg on Amazon Prime Video on May 15. There is surely more to come to the streaming service throughout the month, too.
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The Amazon Original movie starring Kristen Stewart was released in the U.S. in December. It did only receive a limited release though, so you’ll be forgiven for not catching it. This was a plan since the movie is coming to Prime Video exclusively.
Based on a true story, this is a movie for noir thriller fans. Seberg is about the legendary leading lady, Jean Seberg. During the 1960s civil rights movement, she made a name for herself getting involved with the fight for rights. Due to her position in society, she quickly became a target for the FBI.
For years, Seberg was sure that the FBI was tapping her phone and spying on her. She was right, this was all certainly happening, and it led to her being unable to trust anyone who she met. It shouldn’t be surprising to hear the harassment led to a poor mental health state.
Seberg focuses on the actress’s rise to fame and affair with Hakim Jamal. It moves onto her mental health decline as the FBI focused on her to bring down the civil rights movement.
Check out the trailer for Seberg below:
Seberg is coming to Amazon Prime Video on May 15, 2020. Watch for free with a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime.