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A young Jewish man, Aaron, mid twenties, whos returned home from the war in Iraq to find his wife, Sarah, on her deathbed. He finds the strength to go on living as hes faced with yet ... See full summary »


Enzo Zelocchi


Enzo Zelocchi (story), Enzo Zelocchi
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Cast overview:
Enzo Zelocchi ... Aaron
Charlotte Labadie Charlotte Labadie ... Irene
David M. Edelstien ... Dr. Goldman (as David Edelstien)
Marsha Warren Marsha Warren ... Sarah
Simcha Levenberg Simcha Levenberg ... Rabbi
Kevin Michael Martin ... Jacob (as Kevin Martin)
Amy Talebizadeh Amy Talebizadeh ... Ruth
Elle Labadie Elle Labadie ... Girl with Ball
Camille Labadie Camille Labadie ... Girl on Bench
Glenda Labadie Glenda Labadie ... Grandmother on Park
Mycole Metcalf ... Nurse Katherine
Casey Cadag ... Family Friend
Ariana Warren Ariana Warren ... Irene at the Beach


A young Jewish man, Aaron, mid twenties, whos returned home from the war in Iraq to find his wife, Sarah, on her deathbed. He finds the strength to go on living as hes faced with yet another tragedy, the impending death of his little girl, Irene, diagnosed with terminal cancer. Grief stricken, the young fathers love triumphs, to bring sweetness and magic to Irene last days on earth, as a little princess. This film depicts the strength of human spirit and compassion, the beauty of faith, love and the heart of family. Written by Enzo Zelocchi

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Romance | Drama | Family







Release Date:

20 September 2010 (USA) See more »


Box Office


$950,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Disappointment to the highest degree
29 January 2012 | by hithard777-278-631288See all my reviews

With all the accolades that this film has received, I prepared myself for an engaging and emotionally charged short film. What I got in return was a slow-paced, horribly acted, and excruciatingly unoriginal piece of cinema.

I am always skeptical of a movie that features one person taking over the roles of writer, director, and star. Often times this creates unrealistic acting, and sub par writing and directing efforts. This was exactly the case with Enzo Zelocchi and My Little Princess. Zelocchi's acting was underwhelming at times, and over dramatic at others, giving his character glaringly noticeable flaws that brought little realism to a role that could have been moving and inspirational.

The topics discussed in this film are very touchy, and when done correctly, can result in great films. My Little Princess did not create any semblance of heartfelt cinema. Instead, it made a story of a grieving father dull and hollow, leaving this reviewer bored and unengaged.

This is a forgettable film that tried hard to pull at heart stings, instead of dealing with blatant script and acting issues. I gave this movie 1 star out of 10, and I hope that this review is both a warning to potential viewers and a wake up call to Mr. Zelocchi. Avoid this movie at all costs.

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