1953, and at prestigious girls' school new art history teacher Katherine Watson (Roberts) bucks the system by introducing the pupils to modern art and questioning their choice of marriage over further education. Both she and her pupils experience romantic
While often enjoyable, thanks to a talented cast and pleasing little subplots, this is shallow, predictable and lacking in conviction when it comes to the central story and its message. Dead Poets can rest easy.
Reviewed by Anna Smith
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