In the years after the Civil War, Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) lives in New York City and makes her living as a writer, while her sister Amy March (Florence Pugh) studies painting in Paris. Amy has a chance encounter with Theodore "Laurie" Laurence (Timothée Chalamet), a childhood crush who proposed to Jo, but was ultimately rejected. Their oldest sibling, Meg March (Emma Watson), is married to a schoolteacher, while shy sister Beth (Eliza Scanlen) develops a devastating illness that brings the family back together.Written by
In between takes of Aunt March and Amy in the European carriage, Meryl Streep casually mentioned that she was in the mood for French fries. A few minutes later, a production assistant delivered Wendy's fries to her and the rest of the crew. Timothée Chalamet took a selfie with Streep, Greta Gerwig, and Florence Pugh, in full costume eating Wendy's French fries, that quickly became viral online. See more »
Jo wakes up in her chair seeing that Beth was no longer on the bed beside her. She goes downstairs and learns that Beth has died. No one even bothered to wake Jo when Beth died or when Beth's body was being removed from the bed. See more »
Tell her to make it short and spicy. And if the main character is a girl, make sure she's married by the end. Or dead, either way.
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The Columbia Pictures logo is the 1990s version, paying homage to Little Women (1994), the previous adaptation of the novel, which the studio had also worked on. See more »
Entertaining. 94 version? Cannot judge which one is better
Finally saw LITTLE WOMEN 2019. Didn't expected much cause I really liked 94 version by Gillian Armstrong with Winona Ryder , Gabriel Byrne , Trini Alvarado , Christian Bale and Susan Sarandon.
Well, the casting was something that I cannot judge which one is better. Both are so so great. But Christian Bale 94, I liked better than Timothée Chalamet 2019 (Although he was good but didn't overcome THE Christian).
Two things really grabbed me.
1. The camera and light. The camera is keep moving even for the steady shots. They released the tripod and moved a little to adjust each actors even a small movement they make.
They also use sunlight so beautifully like Pride and Prejudice.
Aldo a couple of slow motions and mintage sequences are beautiful too.
2. The music. It is not like here I am listen like Hans Zimmer or Max Richter or even Cliff Martinez who would say even if the movie suck I am still here. Think that at least you've watched a great Music Video cause of my music.
In this movie the music is there clearly and when it comes to really important moments, It really boost up the heart of audience. But it's more like supporting way. I felt it from the very beginning. Ok wow this guy knows OST!! Alexandre is more of a classic composer who made OST like The Danish Girl, The Tree of life, Julie & Julia and Philomena.
I cannot say this movie will win (was nominated for 6 Academy) a lot of awards from all around the world but it has beautiful beautiful acting ensenble and light, camera and music wise. Work of art.
Also the acting sometimes made my heart beat.
Even the makeup is so great. Of course the director is also an actress so she knows how to deal with these stuff, right?
Last. The time. It goes back and forth from the past to present a couple of times but it was not confusing or breaking any concentration cause it was so nicely connected by editing and bridge music. (The cast y-oung and old -was the same too which didn't matter as well.)
Something that was different with the 94 version.
It is an inspiring movie after all and I won't rest tonight to finish my humble feature writing for my next project.
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