The adaptation of Greta Gerwig looks fantastic.
It seems that Christmas has gone on. After many, many, expectations, a charitable soul has finally given us images on the set of Little Women, the adaptation of the masterpiece of Louisa May Alcott led by Greta Gerwig and starring Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Sanclen as the happy little sister quartet of March. And we can not overcome emotion.
We do not need to say it, but the romance of the wonderful Louisa May Alcott is a frank must read for every young man who, 150 years after its launch, continues to have the same cultural significance today of the United States of the Civil War. Little Women and the opus magna On moral goodness and self-discovery has already been adapted for cinema and television from the United States to Japan, with stops in Turkey, Korea and England. In fact, it has been adapted into a total of 4 films, a musical, six television series, two anime and even an opera.
The latest adaptation comes from the gentle and gentle hand of Greta Gerwig, who has already brought us "Lady Bird" and now reinvents herself with a film from the era of the feminist era. The new reimagination of this classic story that allows us to revisit with a gender perspective, love sorority, and in the light of the #TimesUp wave this unique story is more relevant than ever and, for this and many other reasons, we live in one perpetual state of the & # 39; hype. & # 39;
Obviously, our excitement has been dispelled with the new images that show us Jo, Amy, Beth and Meg March walking arm in arm through the streets of Boston. The sisters' walk march (A daily appointment for the girls, going to school, to Aunt Josephine's house, or to educate the terrible children king) is immortalized in this frame of the set and we feel that it gives exactly what we want to see in the key.
The adaptation will also include the presence of Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, Timothy Chalamet and Bob Odenkirk, and will be premiered next year, with what we can expect over the months to see more and more images of the set.
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