France: Ulysse Productions, 1964. Vintage borderless photograph of a playful Jean Seberg pointing her prop camera back at the real one on the set of the 1964 film. With the stamp of production company Ulysse Productions and holograph notations on the verso.
An anthology film featuring five stories about swindlers around the world, with Seberg appearing as a journalist accused of passing fake currency, who then tracks down and interviews the counterfeiter, in the segment "Le grand escroc" ("The Great Swindler") directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Other segments were directed by Claude Chabrol, Ugo Gregoretti, Hiromichi Horikawa, and Roman Polanski.
9.5 x 7 inches (24 x 18 cm). Near Fine.
Olive Films 1339.