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Joan Brandwyn (Character)
from Mona Lisa Smile (2003)

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Mona Lisa Smile -- Julia Roberts stars as a novice art history professor with a surprising lesson plan that inspires her students to open their eyes to love and life.
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Mona Lisa Smile -- A free-thinking art professor teaches conservative 50's Wellesley girls to question their traditional societal roles.

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  1. Mona Lisa Smile (2003) Played by Julia Stiles

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From Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
Katherine Watson: From the beginning, man has always had the impulse to create are. Can anyone tell me what this?
Joan Brandwyn: "Wounded Bison", Altameera, Spain, about 1500 BC.
Katherine Watson: Very good, Joan. Despite the age of these paintings, they are technically very sophisticated...
Joan Brandwyn: Because of the shading, and the thickness of the lines as it moves over the hump of the bison. Is that right?
Katherine Watson: Yes, that's exactly right. Next slide. This one, you are probably less familiar with. It was discovered by archaeologists in...
Betty Warren: [dryly] 1879, Lascaux, France, dates back to 10 000 BC, singled out because of the flowing lines depicting the movement of the animal.
[the class laughs]
Katherine Watson: Impressive. Name?
Betty Warren: "Herd of Horses."
Katherine Watson: I meant yours.
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