Little Women (1994)

Little Women (1994)
Louisa May Alcott's tale of the four March sisters struggling and persevering during the days of the Civil War as they grow from adolescence into adulthood. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 1994's "Little Women".

· Laurie and Jo are trying to rescue Amy after she's fallen through the ice. In the close-up of Amy, they grab her right arm and start to pull her through the water. Her left hand / arm is on the wooden beam. In the wider view of the three, Laurie is grasping her left arm.

· After the ball, Meg, Jo and Marmee are on the bed while Marmee brushes Jo's hair. Jo is holding onto the bedpost with both hands. Marmee is talking and Jo takes her right foot and places it near the top of the bedpost. It cuts to a front view and Jo's foot is down.

· Amy has gone to Europe with Aunt March. Laurie is in the garden with the others while Amy is painting. In the closer, front view of Laurie when he sees Amy, he takes the cigar out of his left hand with his right one and tosses it aside. It cuts to a farther view, and he tosses the cigar away again as he walks toward her.

· Jo receives a letter and returns home. She walks into Beth's room and is talking to Marmee. Marmee covers her face with her hands and starts to cry. In the close-up, Jo embraces her and both of Marmee's hands are still at her face. She moves her hands where her left one is on Jo's right shoulder and her right hand is on her own chest, near her left shoulder. It cuts to a side view and Marmee's right arm is now wrapped around Jo with her hand on her back.

Little Women (1994) stars Winona Rider, Susan Sarandon, Kirsten Dunst, Claire Danes, Trini Alvarado, Samantha Mathis, Gabriel Byrne, Christian Bale, Eric Stoltz, John Neville, and Mary Wickes. It runs 115 minutes and is rated PG for two uses of mild language.

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