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Mona Lisa Smile

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In 1953, a time when women's roles were rigidly defined, free-spirited, novice art history professor Katherine Watson begins teaching conservative girls at the prestigious all-female Wellesley College to question their traditional social roles.
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Tyler Morning Telegraph (Texas)
...would have been better served by characters with a little less formula than the paint-by-numbers projects so loved by these women of Wellesley College.
September 20, 2004
Rolling Stone
Women of the Fifties, rise up in protest.
December 23, 2003
USA Today
Rather than being a fascinating exploration of a much more constrained time in our social history, the film simply feels anachronistic.
December 19, 2003
Low IQ Canadian
Mike Newell takes the road most travelled in tackling the sexual apartheid and hysteria of the 1950s.
May 14, 2004
Washington Post
Like the turtleneck cashmere sweaters and girdles that tie down these promising women, the movie is trite and trussed.
December 19, 2003
Chicago Reader
Roberts asks her students rhetorical questions: What makes art good or bad? Who decides? But the movie answers them as canonically as the syllabus Roberts abandons.
January 10, 2004