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    • by preetham
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      ‘Mona Lisa Smile’ is one of those unescapable feel-good movies that induce the viewer into a reverie of real world idealism. The everlasting quest of man for the template of an ideal mate for life is presented through the conservative faces of the

      movie.

      The movie is set in an elite finishing school that transforms aristocratic girls into vendible perfectiude by inculcating a steely devotion to their husbands & families.

      The school values virginity until marriage, fidelity & loyalty to the husband & his family as ...


      • the defining attributes of a lady.

        Disallowing a divorced (or disowned) married daughter from refuge in the mother’s house has overtones of the prevailing Indian customs.

        Into this promoter of feminine paradise, comes a prosaic & headstrong teacher of art (Julia Roberts).

        The

        clash of idealogy & doctrine between her and the school & its star student (Kirsten Dunst) is riveting.

        Who’s way of life triumphs, which of the ladies is ultimately triumphant with her countenance lit with the Mona Lisa smile is to be understood on watching the movie.




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