1964, 16mm, b&w/sound, 3min.

"A film portrait cut to the tune of Conway Twitty's version of 'Mona Lisa.' Filmed in part at a 1964 show of Conner's artwork in San Francisco, the film is also a witty statement about forces that take the life out of art. Vivian Kurz, the subject of the film, is entombed in a glass display case."

– Judd Chesler

Da Vinci thought he caught her smiling.

Award: Gold Medal Award, Sesta Biennale D'Arte Republica Di San Marino.