23. Jean Seberg
Chris Fujiwara

Jean Seberg was not just one of the fashion icons of the late 20th century; she also, with her first two directors, Otto Preminger and Jean-Luc Godard, originated a new style of film acting, whose influence can still be felt today. Seberg's simple, flat, raw performances clashed with the cinematic worlds around her, projecting a striking effect of alienation and criticizing a society that constantly watches, suspects, and judges women and sometimes burns them at the stake. Seberg's face, voice, and manner were essential elements of the new poetics of cinema that emerged at the end of the 1950s.

23. ジーン・セバーグ