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Little People, Big Dreams (2005)

TV Movie  -  Documentary  -  24 March 2005 (USA)
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Little People Matt and Amy Roloff may only be four feet tall, but they are determined to make the world their own. Raising four children - a mixture of Little and average size-siblings - ... See full summary »

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Little People Matt and Amy Roloff may only be four feet tall, but they are determined to make the world their own. Raising four children - a mixture of Little and average size-siblings - the Roloffs strain under emotional and financial burdens. Laid-off for over a year, Matt struggles to get a new business off the ground, and Amy grows resentful when she is forced to go back to work for the first time in 14 years. The Roloff's son Zach learns painful lessons about life as a Little Person when, for the first time, he's too small and too slow to make the soccer team, and average-size kids gang up on him at his 14th birthday party. Written by Anonymous

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Great family.
11 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I read the previous commentary about the Roloff family. I don't understand why the previous post was so harsh.

The Roloff parents do a great job in raising their kids. They never convey an idea that "life is unfair". Of course, they do have extraordinary financing thanks to income from the 'documentary'. But their prosperity is good and I'm happy that they have done a great job in building their income. Their kids are fortunate to have such idealistic parents.

Of course the twins act just like teenage boys. There is no brat in the family. The 'little person' twin is not a brat, he is a teen, just like is 'average size' brother. They both act like teens. The 'wee one' does not favor any special attention from his parents.

The other two kids, Amy and Jacob are typical kids who have been brought into the spotlight of the show.

As far as the comment, "the house is a 'pig sty'"; their house is a normal home. I have two boys who share a bedroom. My sons room is just as cluttered.

Mom and Dad are fair and not 'domineering'. Mom is mom and dad is dad. They are parents.

Overall, the house the Roloffs live in is a home. The family doesn't expect special accommodations and they really don't ask for it.


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