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Mona Lisa Smile [DVD, 2011]
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    Category Type
    Special Interest
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    Category Type
    Special Interest
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    NTSC
    X Approved
    Available for download
    Item EAN
    2724289829883
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    Directors
    Mike Newell
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    Actors
    Julia Roberts,Kirsten Dunst,Marcia Gay Harden,Dominic West,Julia Stiles,Maggie Gyllenhaal,Topher Grace,Juliet Stevenson,John Slattery,Ginnifer GoodwinJulia Roberts,Kirsten Dunst,Marcia Gay Harden,Dominic West,Julia Stiles,Maggie Gyllenhaal,Topher Grace,Juliet Stevenson,John Slattery,Ginnifer Goodwin,Marian Seldes Read more
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      Drama set in 1953 in Wellesley College, a prestigious women's college in New England with a student population of young women from respectable, privileged families. On the whole the girls, products of a time when women's roles were strictly defined, show more interest in marrying well than in

      Drama set in 1953 in Wellesley College, a prestigious women's college in New England with a student population of young women from respectable, privileged families. On the whole the girls, products of a time when women's roles were strictly defined, show more interest in marrying well than in achieving intellectual growth or artistic freedom. But when a new art history professor, Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts), begins teaching at the college, their repressed upbringings and narrow ideas are brought into question. A Berkeley graduate with progressive ideas, Watson sets out to stretch her students intellectually, and challenge their limited outlook on life. Drama set in 1953 in Wellesley College, a prestigious women's college in New England with a student population of young women from respectable, privileged families. On the whole the girls, products of a time when women's roles were strictly defined, show more interest in marrying well than in achieving intellectual growth or artistic freedom. But when a new art history professor, Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts), begins teaching at the college, their repressed upbringings and narrow ideas are brought into question. A Berkeley graduate with progressive ideas, Watson sets out to stretch her students intellectually, and challenge their limited outlook on life

 

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