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Little Women

Little Women
Little Women

Year

2019

Duration

135 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Period and Historical, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are four sisters living in 19th century Massachusetts in the aftermath of the Civil War. With their father still away from home, the girls must navigate formative moments in their lives alongside their mother, and with the aid of their wealthy Aunt March. The literal boy next door, Laurie, shows affection to all four of the girls and in turn they respond with feelings of their own, though they each express them differently. Playing lightly with the structure of the novel and comprised of flashbacks and flash-forwards to their later lives, in which they are young adults with careers and husbands of their own, Greta Gerwig’s warm and heartfelt adaptation of ‘Little Women’ is an ode to writing your own story.

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U Classification

Very mild threat.

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