The Shape of Things Quicktime Trailer on Apple.com Rotten Tomatoes page I haven't come to finalize my feelings on this movie yet, so I wanted to discuss it. I just rented it on DVD, and it was interesting to say the least. Slightly disturbing as well. *Spoilers* After this movie I did feel a little "used", and the feeling that the director had contempt for his audience, yet maybe that was his point. But does that make it good? I found myself spending the next few hours going over in my head how I would argue with Evelyn at the end. She obviously did something wrong, yet in her own self-righteous, prideful way she backed herself up as doing it all for art. I think in the end she proved that the quote on the wall "Morality has no place in art" (if I'm misquoting that, please correct me) is false, and this is a perfect example. If what she did was art, it was destructive, manipulative, and degrading. I found that message to be the more bothersome and disturbing than the one she herself was trying to present as her thesis - that people are too focussed on the shape and surface of things. To be honest, mostly all I wanted was a way to prove to her that she was wrong.