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Connie Baker (Character)
from Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
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Susan Delacorte: [Katherine shows the class a painting of a rotting animal] What is that?
Katherine Watson: You tell me. "Carcass", by Soutine, 1925.
Susan Delacorte: It's not on the syllabus.
Katherine Watson: No it's not. Is it any good? Hm? C'mon, ladies, there's no wrong answer. There's also no textbook telling you what to think. It's not that easy, is it?
Betty Warren: Alright, no. It's not good. In fact, I wouldn't even call it art. It's grotesque.
Connie Baker: Is there a rule against art being grotesque?
Giselle Levy: I think there's something aggressive about it. And erotic.
Betty Warren: To you, everything is erotic.
Giselle Levy: Everything *is* erotic.
Susan Delacorte: Aren't there standards?
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