Las cuatro hermanitas
Las cuatro hermanitas

Las cuatro hermanitas

Little Women

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George Cukor

Año de producción

1933

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Sobre la película

Cuatro jóvenes hermanas realizan un aprendizaje, a veces doloroso, a veces fascinante, de la vida y del amor. Van creciendo y abandonando, una a una, el hogar familiar para casarse y crear sus propias familias. Sólo se queda Jo, que quiere ser escritora. A pesar de la sensación que tiene de que ya ha terminado su tiempo de felicidad, sigue escribiendo y consigue publicar su primera obra..
 

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  • Redacción

    de eFilmCritic

    Little Women never fails to warm the cockles of my heart. I can watch it anytime of the year and it’s good, although I find myself watching the 1994 version the most. The 1949 version feels the most like a Christmas film, from the opening credits in cross-stitch to the snow-covered paths of the sets. More than the earlier and later versions, this feels like a Christmas classic in love with the simple things, like giving and family. The focus on one location, the March house, but also Jo’s house in New York, is evocative of director Mervyn LeRoy. I’ve seen several of his films, and they feel like stage plays, this one included. If you’ve seen any version of Little Women the plot remains the same, leaving the characters to sink or swim. For the most part, the characters are the best here than in the 1994 or 1933 version (I reserve the right to change that opinion once I revisit the 1933 version).

    8.0 8.0
  • Redacción

    de eFilmCritic

    Little Women never fails to warm the cockles of my heart. I can watch it anytime of the year and it’s good, although I find myself watching the 1994 version the most. The 1949 version feels the most like a Christmas film, from the opening credits in cross-stitch to the snow-covered paths of the sets. More than the earlier and later versions, this feels like a Christmas classic in love with the simple things, like giving and family. The focus on one location, the March house, but also Jo’s house in New York, is evocative of director Mervyn LeRoy. I’ve seen several of his films, and they feel like stage plays, this one included. If you’ve seen any version of Little Women the plot remains the same, leaving the characters to sink or swim. For the most part, the characters are the best here than in the 1994 or 1933 version (I reserve the right to change that opinion once I revisit the 1933 version).

    8.0 8.0