Little Women (2019) review

There are 12 different media adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” novels from all around the world. The novels represent struggles of women in an earlier time, but can still be related to today’s feminist issues.
The most recent adaptation of “Little Women” was directed by Greta Gerwig, who is known for her work on “Lady Bird” and “20th Century Women.” The cast of the movie was full of many popular actresses and actors like Emma Watson and Timothée Chalamet.
This movie did so well that it has been nominated for five awards, and Rotten Tomatoes even gave “Little Women” a 95 percent rating.
The movie follows four sisters through childhood into adulthood. During this time period, women didn’t have the same freedoms as men, and the movie does a great job at showing how these girls navigate their lives with that obstacle. The girls never saw that as a problem when they were all with each other. It was only an issue when they tried to pursue their own dreams.
Each character had their own authentic personality, and each actor did an amazing job bringing out the more unique things about their role. The movie does a wonderful job at being able to give each sister’s relationship with a rich boy named Laurie a different meaning, and it even ends up creating a love triangle between two of the sisters.
Colors and costumes fit so well with all the events going on in the girls’ lives and brought more to the movie than people watching might realize. The color scheme for certain parts helped immerse the viewer.
This adaptation of “Little Women” is possibly the best version ever made and is very deserving of its awards and high ratings.