stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen as four teenaged girls living with their mother Marmee (Laura Dern) and great-aunt March (Meryl Streep) in 1860s Massachusetts.
Ronan portrays Jo March, the fifteen-year-old rebel of the family — and Alcott’s alter ego — who resists the old-fashioned expectations for women of her era while being courted by her neighbor, Laurie (Timothée Chalamet).
The four girls each embark on their own journeys towards womanhood, determined to carve out life on their own terms.
Little Women is a 1994 American family drama film directed by Gillian Armstrong.
He leaves Amy a letter asking her to wait for him while he works in London for his grandfather and makes himself worthy of her.
Jo is summoned home to see eighteen-year-old Beth, who finally dies of the lingering effects of scarlet fever (presumably rheumatic heart disease) that have plagued her for the past four years.
The site's critics consensus reads, "Thanks to a powerhouse lineup of talented actresses, Gillian Armstrong's take on Louisa May Alcott's Little Women proves that a timeless story can succeed no matter how many times it's told." stars, calling it "a surprisingly sharp and intelligent telling of Louisa May Alcott's famous story, and not the soft-edged children's movie it might appear." He added, "[It] grew on me.
At first, I was grumpy, thinking it was going to be too sweet and devout.
In London, Laurie receives a letter from Jo in which she informs him of Beth's death and mentions Amy is in Vevey, unable to come home. They finally return to the March home as husband and wife, much to Jo's surprise and eventual delight.
Aunt March dies and she leaves Jo her house, which she decides to convert into a school.