LITTLE WOMEN – Review by Susan Granger

Given a contemporary setting, Alcott’s astute observation of female identity in the late 1860s loses its context and authenticity, as the girls Skype-chat with their Army medic dad (Bart Johnson) in Afghanistan. This “Little Women” is artificial and stiltedly foolish, leaving audiences anticipating Greta Gerwig’s upcoming version with Saoise Ronan as her leading lady.

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