Little Women is a movie about sisterhood, the bonds of family, and how these survive through the years while being apart from one another. The movie is a beauty to look at: some shots were incredibly gorgeous, and the usage of cold and warm lights used to contrast between the liveliness of the past and the harshness of the present was, while not the most original technique, definitely very effective,and it made distinguishing between what is a flashback and what is happening in the main timeline more clear. I loved how it alternated between past and present, though sometimes it gave a bit of a tonal backlash, but it was not necessarily a bad thing everytime. The beginning was really fast paced and almost felt like an action movie but with dialogue, introducing us to the world and the characters, then taking it slow (albeit a bit too slow) in the middle to flesh everything out more and progress the story. The performances were really good, but since I watched it dubbed in my mother language and not English, I can't really comment much on that, other than the dub was great too! But even without the original dialogue, you could tell the actors were doing their BEST. The writing was smart and witty, and the characters were all pretty damn flawed but still very likeable and charming, and felt very realistic. It gets to the point where you almost forget they're just characters, they genuinely feel REAL. I found myself relating a lot to Jo, but honestly, most of the characters were well fleshed out and had good chemistry. The messages it showcased also didn't feel forced not shoehorned in, it had something to say yet did not sound preachy. The ending, while bittersweet, definitely made me leave the theater with a huge smile on my face. ☺️ Overall it's a great experience, and this is coming from someone who didn't consider this kind of movies their thing before now! It's worth watching, it'll leave you thinking for a while.