Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Jun 19, 2019.
I’ve never read the book nor have I seen any other versions; the timelines were incredibly easy to follow. Are people dumb? (Rhetorical.)
I was surprised at those complaints. The film very deliberately contrasts the brighter colors and attitude of the past with the more drab and isolated moments of the present.
There was literally one moment that wasn't immediately obvious and it was cleared up in like 30 seconds. I don't get it.
Speaking of that Gerwig quote as well, all the talk about the Irishman and how they handled aging their characters when Little Women did the same thing across a more difficult period of time and with no computer generated effects.
I think maybe when the time jumping first starting in the film I was a little confused, but it all clicked pretty soon after that.
the only part that was confusing was that Amy was supposed to be 12 in the beginning haha
The actress that played Beth looking so much younger than the rest was what got me.
she was also like 15 in Sharp Objects
Trying to gauge the ages in the flashbacks was the only thing that took me getting a little used to. As I got used to their performances it was no issue.
happy (Amy, Jo, Beth, Meg, Marmee )March everyone