Few names in the world of celluloid magic are as mysterious and interesting as Jean Seberg. Seberg was born on November 13, 1938, on the golden plains of Marshalltown, Iowa. She would go on a turbulent trip that would span continents and captivate audiences, leaving an indelible mark on the
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I’m one of those people who recognise the positive impact of AI on the creative process. For me, AI is particularly useful in helping me to distill large amounts of information quickly. This morning, for example, when I wanted to know the difference between allusion and homage, I simply asked