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Year: 2019
Original Title: Little Women
Length: 135 minutes
Genre: Drama, Family, History
Studios: Columbia Pictures, New Regency Pictures
Distributor: Sony Pictures
Age rating: Universal
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: December 26 2019

United States: December 25 2019


Ranking: 284 out of 16,123 movies (up 32)


6.8 by 18 users

10.0 by Movie'n'co

9.3 by 4 media


Amy, Joe, Beth and Meg are four sisters grappling with adolescence that begin the holiday season with their beloved mother but without their father figure, who works as a travelling evangelist. Set in the North American state of Massachusetts in the midst of the Civil War, 'Little Women' follows the March family as the four sisters discover love and the incomparable importance of familial ties. Writer and director Greta Gerwig has created a version of 'Little Women' inspired by the classic novel and other writings of Louise May Alcott, stories that are alluded to the film through the writer's iconic alter ego, Jo March, as she reflects on her life through fiction. In Gerwig's version, the beloved story of the March sisters, four young women determined to live their lives under their own rules, is timeless yet daringly modern. The movie is directed by Greta Gerwig ('Lady Bird', 'Nights and Weekends') and stars Timothée Chalamet ('Call Me By Your Name', 'A Rainy Day in New York'), Saoirse Ronan ('Mary Queen of Scots', 'On Chesil Beach'), Emma Watson ('Beauty and the Beast', 'The Circle'), Florence Pugh ('The Little Drummer Girl', 'Midsommar'), Eliza Scanlen ('Sharp Objects', 'Babyteeth'), Maryl Streep ('The Laundromat', 'Big Little Lies') and Laura Dern ('Marriage Story', 'Big Little Lies'), amongst others.


Premios ganados
Academy Awards (Oscars)Academy Awards (Oscars)
Golden GlobesGolden Globes
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Cast Little Women

Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh

Amy March

Emma Watson

Emma Watson

Meg March

Timothée Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet

Laurie Laurence

Saoirse Ronan

Saoirse Ronan

Jo March

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep

Aunt March

Laura Dern

Laura Dern

Marmee March



Trivia Little Women

Greta Gerwig wasn?t always attached to the project. Director Sarah Polley originally wrote the screenplay for the Little Women remake in 2015. In 2016, Gerwig took over screenwriting duties and officially signed on as director two years later. Along with Gerwig, Sony originally announced that Emma Stone would be part of the remake?s main cast. In August 2018, she was replaced by Emma Watson. In an interview with Variety in October 2018, Chalamet admitted, ?I knew Little Women; I hadn?t read it. But I?ve read it since. I understood it to be a literary classic, but it?s crazy, day by day in the rehearsals, I get more imbued in the legend of it all.?