Little Women

Starlight Room - 21+ Venue, ID required - Ends Thursday 1/30
Little Women


Playing in the Starlight Room · 21+ Venue
Date Time
Thu, 1/30 4:00
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Writer-director Greta Gerwig (LADY BIRD) has crafted a LITTLE WOMEN that draws on both the classic novel and the writings of Louisa May Alcott, and unfolds as the author’s alter ego, Jo March, reflects back and forth on her fictional life.  In Gerwig’s take, the beloved story of the March sisters – four young women each determined to live life on her own terms --  is both timeless and timely.  Portraying Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth March, the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, with Timothée Chalamet as their neighbor Laurie, Laura Dern as Marmee, and Meryl Streep as Aunt March.

"The best film of the year...Ms. Gerwig's reimagining-and provocative restructuring-of the American classic is all ablaze with ferocious purpose, urgent passion, boisterous humor and the nourishing essence of family life in good times and bad." -The Wall Street Journal

"Splendid...A vital new adaptation of a beloved work of American literature...Greta Gerwig suggests that the stories of the past may hold the key to a richer cinematic future." -Los Angeles Times

"This beautifully acted, thoughtfully directed adaptation of Alcott's beloved story about sisterhood is exactly the heartfelt and uplifting modern classic moviegoers need." - Common Sense Media

"Not just for women of whatever size. Warm but never wishy-washy, cosy without being cutesy, this is a superb adaptation of the source and further evidence that Gerwig is the real deal." -Empire

"Alcott's March sisters have personalities that could fill any room. They remain delightfully full of spunk, bravery and love." - Plugged In

"Without resorting to self-conscious anachronism or fussy antiquarianism, Gerwig has fashioned a story that feels at once entirely true to its 19th-century origins and utterly modern." - New York Times

"It's a legacy not just of a great story and vividly drawn characters, but also of information: Alcott told us that it takes work and openness to know who you are, and when you figure it out, hang on for dear life." - TIME

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