Little Women

Movie • 2019 • Drama  Report
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Does an animal die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does a cat die?
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Laurie drinks too much and makes a scene on one occasion. Alcohol abuse is not a major theme, but it's implied that he has a drinking habit because he's upset about a relationship not working out. This subplot has a happy ending and the problem isn't mentioned again.
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Peruna
Addiction is not a major theme, but it's implied that someone has a drinking habit because he's upset about a relationship not working out. This subplot has a happy ending and the problem isn't mentioned again.
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Amy is caned by a schoolteacher on the palm of her hand, we don't see this happen but we see some bloody welts on her hand afterwards.
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[SPOILER] One of the main characters dies (a well known plot point from the book). She dies of illness and the actual death happens offscreen so it is not graphic at all, but it is obviously sad. There is also an old man who is grieving the loss of a young daughter many years ago. And it is mentioned that a baby died from scarlet fever.
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One man is romantically interested in two different women, but never involved with both at the same time, and no commitments are broken.
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There are several scenes of sick people being cared for at home, but nothing in a hospital.
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rilokiley
A main character cuts her hair short to make money by selling it and is later seen crying with regret for the decision, missing her hair. No other body dysmorphia.
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BearLizz
No death by suicide, but in an emotionally charged scene a character exclaims they will kill themselves if another character doesn't agree to what they want. It is played like a throwaway line but was triggering to me and might be to others. SPOILERS: Laurie says this to Jo when she rejects him.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Nothing but fully-clothed kissing. No nudity or references to sex.
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Peruna
Some time period typical belittling of women.
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fs
After a romantic rejection, a character briefly mentions wanting to hang themself.
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It's a very gentle and nonviolent movie. The only shot of blood is after Amy is caned by a schoolteacher on the palm of her hand. We don't see this happen but we see some bloody welts on her hand afterwards. Her hand gets bandaged immediately.
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Someone falls into a frozen lake, but she is rescued quickly and is unharmed.
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One character breathes with difficulty while gravely ill. There is also a near-drowning scene in a frozen lake, but they don't spend long underwater.
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A schoolteacher hits Amy with a cane. We don't see this happen but we see bloody welts on the palm of her hand afterwards. This is clearly portrayed as wrong, and they decide to homeschool Amy after this incident. The sisters also have an aunt who says hurtful things, but this is mostly played for laughs and not taken seriously. Overall, all the children in the film are loved and cared for.
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