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    Writer-director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) has crafted a Little Women that draws on both the classic novel and the writings of Louisa May Alcott, and unfolds as the author’s alter ego, Jo March, reflects back and forth on her fictional life. In Gerwig’s take, the beloved story of the March sisters - four young women each determined to live life on her own terms -- is both timeless and timely. Portraying Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth March, the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, with Timothée Chalamet as their neighbor Laurie, Laura Dern as Marmee, and Meryl Streep as Aunt March.
    Directed by: Greta Gerwig
    Screenplay by: Greta Gerwig
    Based on the Novel by: Louisa May Alcott
    Produced by:
    Amy Pascal
    Denise Di Novi
    Robin Swicord
    Executive Producers:
    Adam Merims
    Evelyn O’Neill
    Rachel O’Connor
    Arnon Milchan
    Cast:
    Saoirse Ronan
    Emma Watson
    Florence Pugh
    Eliza Scanlen
    Laura Dern
    Timothée Chalamet
    Tracy Letts
    Bob Odenkirk
    James Norton
    Louis Garrel
    with Chris Cooper
    and Meryl Streep
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Comments • 80

  • Teresa Arranz
    Teresa Arranz 8 days ago

    Amy es "el Personaje" y "la actriz" de esta película , al fin se le hace
    algo de justicia al persona "real" que está detras del personaje ,
    AY!!! los celos de Jo de su hermana !!! Una pluma eficaz detrás de una
    venganza sublime

  • B Hiệp
    B Hiệp 13 days ago +1

    You can see how brilliant Greta Gerwig's direction was in this scene. The dialogue, the movement, the RHYTHM started slow and gradually built up as Florence was doing the monologue and just kind of released all the tension at the end. Now I understand what Greta Gerwig meant when she said she find movies similar to music.

  • Alexandria Garcia
    Alexandria Garcia 17 days ago

    I had so much respect for Amy after she said that

  • creative name
    creative name 18 days ago

    this scene is gold

  • hdhdhe dhdh
    hdhdhe dhdh 19 days ago

    Shes so good

  • indiefan92
    indiefan92 22 days ago

    0:14 This line was written by Greta Gerwig on set just before filming, at Meryl Streep ‘s suggestion

  • Hannah Mary
    Hannah Mary Month ago

    To me this character has always been the most unlikeable, in the book and in almost every adaptation, but somehow they've made this character strong and intelligent in the best way.

  • lorraine uy
    lorraine uy Month ago

    I loved this scene because it showed the harsh reality of women at that time. It makes me thankful and grateful that I have the right now to work and have ownership of my own money.

  • John Yamawaki
    John Yamawaki Month ago

    I'm so in love with Florence's portrait of Amy, it was so perfectly well done that you can just dive into her story and it would blown you out how unapologetic she is and how she knows what she wants and isn't sorry for it. Honestly so inspired.

  • Joelle Zima
    Joelle Zima Month ago

    I seriously can't believe she's British! I've lived in South Carolina for most of my life and her American accent is better than mine lol

  • Megan Gilbreath
    Megan Gilbreath Month ago +2

    "I've always known I would marry rich, why should I be ashamed of that? I believe we have some power over who we love, it isn't something that just happens to a person. Well, I'm not a poet, I'm just a woman. And as a woman, there is no way for me to make my own money. Not enough to earn a living, or to support my family. And if I had my own money, which I don't, that money would belong to my husband the moment we got married. And if we had children, they would be his, not mine. They would be his property. So don't sit there and tell me that marriage is not an economic proposition, because it is. It may not be for you, but it certainly is for me."

  • Danielle Sabarese
    Danielle Sabarese Month ago

    no captions.

  • Jack Cole
    Jack Cole Month ago +1

    I'd just like to say they did Amy proud in this version. Stunning.

  • Lev Villanueva
    Lev Villanueva Month ago

    I don't like her performance. She seems stiff and unemotional with a straight from textbook demeanor when doing this scene. She shows no feeling when thinking her children are her husbands property. There's the classic 'look to the side and down', 'walk slow as I'd you're saying something really clever' and 'towel throw'. You may argue the character requires this but I haven't seen a performance o person like this so I don't relate to it. Russians maybe.

    • Novita Basaria
      Novita Basaria Month ago

      @Diasmc Coelho she is also good in other movies, not just Midsommar.

    • Novita Basaria
      Novita Basaria Month ago

      She obviously showed emotion in this clip and in other scenes. I don't get you.

    • Lev Villanueva
      Lev Villanueva Month ago

      @Diasmc Coelho what's Midsommar

    • Diasmc Coelho
      Diasmc Coelho Month ago

      Wtf?? Anyway have you seen her performance in Midsommar?? I mean, if you can't see the emotion there, so you have some problem, sorry.

  • Eliza T
    Eliza T Month ago +1

    i can’t believe she didn’t win that oscar

    • Schlock Jocks
      Schlock Jocks 24 days ago

      Don't worry, she's still got years to win one.

  • Rohit Sharma
    Rohit Sharma Month ago +1

    Florence Pugh's character got wiser as she ages

  • rYaN YoUnG
    rYaN YoUnG Month ago +1

    oscar

  • Lavanya
    Lavanya Month ago +1

    I remember a lady sitting beside me in the cinema who was moved so much by this delivery she started clapping...same lady, same

  • Karolina Nowak
    Karolina Nowak Month ago +1

    I LOVE this movie And cast and music
    I love Saoirse but ! In this movie my New Queen is Florence ! She's so Beautiful and smart and kind and honest ! She's A fucking Queen of my Heart

  • inji abd
    inji abd Month ago +1

    when I was in the theatre watching this, at this moment my mom and I just looked at each other in awe and I muttered, “oh my god,” because this scene is so meaningful and so touching and true.

  • Neil Rivera
    Neil Rivera Month ago +1

    Greta deserves to win the Oscar for adapting this book to a magnificent film.

  • Diasmc Coelho
    Diasmc Coelho Month ago

    How Laura can win when Florence is right here??

    • Diasmc Coelho
      Diasmc Coelho Month ago

      @Ana Gimenez Florence was way better in my opinion!

    • Ana Gimenez
      Ana Gimenez Month ago

      Laura Dern was perfect as a laywer in Marriage Story!! Hope she wins!

  • zeppy13131
    zeppy13131 Month ago +1

    I'm sure this is a good movie. It's so annoying, though, how many young actors don't think it's necessary to learn to use their voices, or express themselves with anything but their facial expressions. Just listen to this young woman speaking way below her natural range, "croaking" out her lines. Yeesh. Just a few good acting lessons would make a big difference.

  • Calliope
    Calliope Month ago

    Is that a portrait of Mary Wollstonecraft behind her?

  • Groleau Louis-Frédéric

    This is such a good scene

  • P.artoza
    P.artoza Month ago

    Kinda maybe just a little reminds me of The Storm and Silence series in wattpad...just a little bit.

  • Neil Rivera
    Neil Rivera 2 months ago +1

    This scene is simple yet compelling and very memorable for Florence. If she doesn't win best supporting actress this year, she sure deserves an Academy award in the future. Same as Winter's Bone for Jennifer Lawrence and Birdman for Emma Stone.

  • R MH
    R MH 2 months ago +2

    *can't stop re-watching*

  • J A
    J A 2 months ago

    The is the personification of what is and not what if!!!!

  • Elle
    Elle 2 months ago +2

    Florence made me love Amy March.

  • Daniel Selk
    Daniel Selk 2 months ago +1

    Florence is so good as an actress! =) Amy is my favorite character in this version!

  • Mitchell Murray
    Mitchell Murray 2 months ago +1

    Terrific, terrific performance from Pugh....so glad she got oscar nominated for this, and I just hope they use this clip for the ceremony.

  • Kim Synonym
    Kim Synonym 2 months ago +1

    I'm seeing it for the fifth time tomorrow and I just keep going back to this clip... Just gorgeous.

  • Aisha Chen
    Aisha Chen 2 months ago

    Came here to listen to her soothing voice..

  • Lady X
    Lady X 2 months ago +1

    Why do I love her voice so much?

  • Monica Dantas
    Monica Dantas 2 months ago

    😍😍😍😍

  • Brailey Vine
    Brailey Vine 2 months ago

    Amy snaps

  • Kit Kat
    Kit Kat 2 months ago +1

    Oscar for Florence Pugh in the best supporting actress💜

  • Kate T-G
    Kate T-G 2 months ago +2

    This is so great. As a child, I thought Amy was cold and materialistic for wanting to marry for wealth, but that perspective came from a 21st century girl who has the opportunity to pursue professions that would ensure financial security and independence. Marrying for love is a privilege, and this scene made it obvious to me that Amy, and many other women, have had to operate within society's rigid, sexist confines (in a way that diverges from our current notions of freedom and romance) to protect themselves and their families. Very powerful.

  • frumaatholoid
    frumaatholoid 2 months ago

    Gee, I don't remember this scene in the original novel.

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago

      Like most movie scenes it's edited, but the basic idea is absolutely in the novel. Maybe a reread is in order, how long has it been? there's a couple of chapters post Beth's death of Laurie and Amy talking. A conversation between them about her marrying Freddie and why and money and things is absolutely there.

  • Zahra Hussain
    Zahra Hussain 2 months ago +1

    OMG HER GREEN EYES I CANT EVEN FOCUS 😱😱😱❤️❤️

  • Troyish
    Troyish 2 months ago +2

    Fucking Oscar give it to her

  • Isaac Glover
    Isaac Glover 2 months ago +7

    What I love even more about this was that this wasn't in the final script, and barely even minutes before this scene Greta gives Florence a scrap piece of paper with this speech written on it. Fantastic movie and actors!

  • Name
    Name 2 months ago +2

    I’ve watched this so many times I memorized the line

  • Momerath Ramírez
    Momerath Ramírez 2 months ago +1

    Greta did a huge, significant and much better work to the development of Amy's character further than anyone ahead in the history of Little Women's adaptations. Also, Florence Pugh really surprised a lot of people who haven't know she, with her great talent.

  • Hannah Kim
    Hannah Kim 2 months ago

    Powerfully resonating speech, hits very well, props to Florence. If it was performed badly, that speech would have been written off as a cliche of feminism.

  • lilmil
    lilmil 2 months ago

    y did she sound like a flirtybkid tho

  • lilmil
    lilmil 2 months ago +1

    one of the best scenes

  • Marília Almeida Magalhães Ferreira da Costa

    MY GOD I could listen to her voice forever.

  • Mo
    Mo 2 months ago +1

    She should’ve got the double nomination for lead actress and supporting actress.

  • Jonathan Trauner
    Jonathan Trauner 2 months ago +1

    Florence is stellar period

  • Olivia
    Olivia 2 months ago +1

    Amy’s my favourite character

  • edtin ramasari
    edtin ramasari 2 months ago +1

    I feel empowered somehow, this is why my mom said to not live your life on your husband. To make my own money so that you don't need to ask him money to buy your red lipstick, women we have power❤

  • Diasmc Coelho
    Diasmc Coelho 2 months ago

    Oscar nominee you bitches! What a Queen!

  • Jordan Chan
    Jordan Chan 2 months ago +3

    FEATURING ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE FLORENCE PUGH

  • Kytesama
    Kytesama 2 months ago +1

    Omg I loved this whole scene in the movie. It really felt so real and the way they played it was perfect

  • Phinsukan Sattayapisut
    Phinsukan Sattayapisut 2 months ago +1

    Amy has always been my favorite character from Little Women. And I am glad people get to see her point of view more.

  • Adam Patla
    Adam Patla 2 months ago

    oOSCAR NOMINEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Sadie Gregory
    Sadie Gregory 2 months ago +1

    Here cause she landed an Oscar nom ❤️

  • Zach Ragan
    Zach Ragan 2 months ago +1

    SHE GOT NOMINATED!!!!

  • Rahul vinal Narayan
    Rahul vinal Narayan 2 months ago +1

    I hope she wins the Oscar instead of the overrated Laura Dern

  • hooba stanky
    hooba stanky 2 months ago +2

    And now she is nominated for an Oscar!

  • Katie McGowan
    Katie McGowan 2 months ago

    Wait.... do I actually LIKE Amy for the first time? She is grounded and realistic about her life and the limitations she has as a woman during this time. It always made me so mad that Laurie and Amy ended up together but I can actually see them as a really good pairing in this version.

  • Angela Baptist
    Angela Baptist 2 months ago

    I really hope the academy pulls another Olivia Coleman and give Florence an Oscar instead

  • Toad :
    Toad : 2 months ago +1

    She definitely deserved that Oscar nomination!

  • juliayy1
    juliayy1 2 months ago +12

    Here after she just got nominated for an Oscar ✊

  • Tommy Lellan
    Tommy Lellan 2 months ago +1

    0:29 what a shockingly obvious scratch on the film! What is this, 1939?

    • Tommy Lellan
      Tommy Lellan 2 months ago

      R520 J R haha I meant that films shot in 1939 had scratches on them, not films shot in 2018! Btw this was set in the 1860’s and 70’s, not the 1830’s...

    • R520 J R
      R520 J R 2 months ago

      1830s

  • loveharrydaily
    loveharrydaily 2 months ago +1

    Best Supporting Actress

  • Hello Goodbye
    Hello Goodbye 2 months ago

    Amy: “ well I’m not a poet I’m just a women. And as a women there is no way for me to make my own money, not enough to earn a living or to support my family and if I had my own money, which I don’t, the money would belong to my husband the moment we got married, and if we had children they would be his, not mine, they would be his property, so don’t sit there and tell me that marriage isn’t a economic proposition, because it is, maybe not for you but it most certainly is for me!”

    Today's man: "Well, I'm not a poet, I'm just a man. And as a man there is no way for me to make my own money, as half of it would go to any wife who chooses to divorce me the moment we were no longer married, and if we had children they would be hers not mine, they would be her property, of which I would need to pay dearly for the privilege of seeing them on occasion, so don't sit there and tell me that marriage isn't an economic proposition, because it is, maybe not for women but it is most certainly for me."

    My, how times have changed.

  • lmao
    lmao 2 months ago +1

    Did they switch Amy and Beth's ages in this version??? Because Florence looks and sounds older than Eliza Scanlen and so does her portrayal of Amy

    • lmao
      lmao 2 months ago

      @Sarah Silva at least that makes more sense

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago

      lmao the movie covers ten years, so no matter how they do it the age isn’t right. They clearly went with ages that fit the older part of the stories.

    • lmao
      lmao 2 months ago +1

      @Sarah Silva it's still an odd decision nevertheless (or maybe they just really felt Florence Pugh was the right one for the role.) I see you're trying to add real-world logic to fictional movies. Yes i have seen boomers who still look like they're in their twenties. But when I imagine a character that's supposedly in their teens, I usually expect them to look like one. Anyways, it wasn't even that big of a deal, all I said was that it made me confused for a bit.

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago

      lmao haven’t you ever met someone that looks different than their age? People assume I’m in my late twenties usually. I’m 41. Maybe they made a choice because Beth dies at 21 but Amy is more mid twenties when the story ends.

    • lmao
      lmao 2 months ago +1

      @Sarah Silva but like...if Amy is supposed to be the youngest, why does she look like, 5+ years older than her older sister Beth? Idk it just threw me off

  • Gigi Bust
    Gigi Bust 2 months ago +3

    “Which I don’t”
    ❄️😏

  • Gigi Bust
    Gigi Bust 2 months ago +1

    Her acting here kinda reminds me of Haley Lu Richardson

  • Gigi Bust
    Gigi Bust 2 months ago +2

    Timothee acts and speaks just like Christian Bale’s portrayal of Laurie 🥺❤️✨👌🏻

  • Tommy Lellan
    Tommy Lellan 2 months ago +1

    I just think she did a better job acting than Laura Dern in Marriage Story. Apparently I’m crazy.

  • R520 J R
    R520 J R 2 months ago

    This cast is incredible.
    Florence Pugh
    Laura Dern
    Chris Cooper
    Meryl Streep
    Saorise Ronan
    Timothee Chalamet

  • Tom Ripley
    Tom Ripley 2 months ago

    A woman wouldn't have spoken like this in that era to a potential suitor. Why do they have to bash us round the head with wokeness all the time? This is film is so heavy handed with it.

    • Tom Ripley
      Tom Ripley 2 months ago

      @Sarah Silva We'll just have to agree to disagree, Sarah. Have a nice evening. Peace.

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago +2

      Tom Ripley you’re talking about things being wrong for the time period without knowing the time period at all. You’re angry about the themes of the ironical story being present in the movie. It’s ironic and funny.

    • Tom Ripley
      Tom Ripley 2 months ago

      @Sarah Silva "Right wing hate speech". That is where you lost any, and all, credibility. I don't have to have studied the time period, the book, the author and a chapter between two characters to gauge if this ham-handed speech is an accurate distillation of what passed between them. I watch a film in and of itself, as a stand-alone piece of art. Any film is a bad film if you have to research other media in order to enjoy it. If you choose to do that, that's your choice.
      As for being an "angry man", you couldn't be more wrong. I'm a calm man with an opinion who has just been labelled "alt right" by the exact woman this film was aimed at, someone who hangs a damning label around someone's neck because he had the audacity to disagree with her. Jog on.

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago +1

      @Tom Ripley A movie based on a book should be about the subject matter of the book. You're using right wing hate speech to be angry that a book written 150 years ago is about things that are still relevant. Anachronistic is a ridiculous comment to make when it's lifted right from the book and from the author's writings and life. You are coming across as somone that hasn't studied the time period, the author, the book, but is angry that the movie reflects those thing. Most privilaged? Tell me who is most likely to live in poverty in this country? Tell me who holds most positions of power? You're just making yourself look like an angry man.

    • Tom Ripley
      Tom Ripley 2 months ago

      @Sarah Silva No, we're not talking about the book at all. The movie should stand on its own and I maintain that it's heavy-handed to have what has been seen by many critics to be an anachronistic feminist speech plonked into the movie to hammer home a theme that is already front and centre because of Jo. It's obvious from every adaptation of this book that Amy opts for the life of conformity that Jo rallies against. This speech is simply another dog whistle to pampered self-absorbed Western women who, as well as being the most priveleged group in the world, like to play the victim. Distillation of the book or not, I think this was as subtle as a brick.

  • Diasmc Coelho
    Diasmc Coelho 2 months ago +4

    And she just got the nomination for best supporting actress in this movie. YEEES!!

  • Michaela Jayne
    Michaela Jayne 2 months ago +192

    Amy: “I’ve always know I would marry rich why should I be ashamed of that?”
    Laurie: “ there’s nothing to be ashamed of... as long as you love him.”
    Amy: “ well I believe we have some power over who we love it isn’t something that just happens to a person.”
    Laurie: “ I think the poets might disagree.”
    Amy: “ well I’m not a poet I’m just a women. And as a women there is no way for me to make my own money, not enough to earn a living or to support my family and if I had my own money, which I don’t the money would belong to my husband the moment we got married, and if we had children they would be his not mine, they would be is property, so don’t sit there and tell me the marriage isn’t a economic proposition, because it it maybe not for you but it most certainly is for me!”

    • Mayflower
      Mayflower Month ago

      @Hello Goodbye I vilify any horrible parent, a woman and a man should both be held responsible for their children. It shouldn't be considered a "feminine" thing to want to be a better parent. Likewise, I'm a feminist and I don't vilify women who choose to focus on being mothers. Some women find it difficult to juggle between a career and motherhood, there's still a sort of stigma placed on men (women are guilty of this too) that they should focus on being providers full time than on sharing responsibility for their children.
      So when things like this happen, the divorce will just auto favor the woman as she was jobless and was heralded as the one looking after the kids. It only becomes unfair when they assume a man doesn't take his time to commit to fatherhood. These laws are specifically written with the sex in mind rather than on income status, and that's what irks me.

    • Hello Goodbye
      Hello Goodbye Month ago

      @Mayflower Actually, you call for "equality" which any feminist must fully realize takes a long time to achieve.....inequality permanates throughout divorce and family courts, and while you are spot on that each should be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, but the courts are filled with hand-picked female feminist judges, with feminists (oops - I mean "women advocates, as they call themselves) push to remove male judges or anyone that leans toward favoring men. This is well-documented.....
      Actually, this new post seems to indicate that you are not all that bad a person and we are not too far apart in our mindsets....
      One other point of note - most women readily take on the role of stay at home mom, I have found that any woman fortunate enough to be able to afford staying home with her children, do so. Only feminists, not men, vilify them for doing so.
      I taught for nearly a decade and learned over the years that EVERY misbehaved boy had one common thread - that being, he came from a fatherless home (or the man in the house was awful).....EVERY single, solitary time. The mother was often at wits end what to do....we celebrate single mothers as so "brave and empowered" and yet vilify men as "deadbeat dads"....

    • Mayflower
      Mayflower Month ago

      @Hello Goodbye I didn't say anything about the current state of world affairs. I do agree, men are still seen as dispensable soldiers and fathers, but for the most part to insist every single case divorce case out there is inherently against men only seems disingenuous don't you think? I agree, women need to find a sustainable job instead of relying on child support and alimony.
      But these are a case by case basis, some women are yes predatory about this, and some are just unfortunately going along with the expectations of her then husband - that she should stay at home and commit to motherhood, while he asserts himself as the provider. You may not see nor hear of this happening but it doesn't mean it's no longer there.
      And because of this, the divorce will bite the man if he has a bigger income than the wife. Even if all she did was as you put it, marrying rich. I feel like these divorces should be based on income than on the sex itself. At least I would hope for it to be this way. I do hear your concern, it's sad to see cases like Brendan Fraser's divorce. These seem to be rooted on incredibly unfair prenups than they are of actual fair alimony that should have reflected on his more current income.

    • Hello Goodbye
      Hello Goodbye 2 months ago

      @Yishai Thau Um, could you translate?

    • Hello Goodbye
      Hello Goodbye 2 months ago +2

      @Mayflower You're living in the past, in your own world of eternal oppression.....You missed the point as you gaze through life with blurred feminist goggles, where you have been taught that men have it so, so easy and women have to conquer the evil patriarchy at every turn. I have found that someone who asks a question rather than make a point is really only trying to put that person on the defensive rather than make an actual counterpoint. (kinda Cathy "So you are saying..." Newman like)
      Yes, Amy was 100 percent correct in her tiny diatribe, but things have changed drastically since then. Stand outside a divorce court and see who is smiling as they exit afterwards, the man or the women. A women need not work a day in her life, all she needs to do is marry well, leave him after 10 years and receive a monthly check for the rest of her life afterwards, patiently await for him to retire and collect half of that too. She typically gets sole custody of the children of which she can accuse him of anything and a "believe all women" female judge will allow it in court. Yes, that does sound awfully tragic. AND men don't have to go back 150 years to claim this bias in society.

  • Riya J.
    Riya J. 2 months ago +4

    I always liked Amy least in the book because she seemed very pompous and spoilt. Never hated her though, because she did become mature later on. It also helps that I never really shipped Jo and Laurie. But this adaptation and performance made me realise just how much I underappreciated her. She and Jo are basically two sides of the same coin.

    • Sarah Silva
      Sarah Silva 2 months ago +1

      I think that's why they fight so much, because they're so similar.

  • Guila
    Guila 2 months ago +1

    For those who haven't seen the film - it's wonderful and the actors are phenomenal - truly a must see!