Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Emma Watson's 'Little Women' digital and DVD/Blu-ray releases and special features

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From Collider:

Little Women arrives on digital on March 10 and DVD/Blu-ray on April 7.


A New Generation of Little Women: The superb cast recreated the beloved world of the March family with realism, humor and vulnerability

Making a Modern Classic: The film combines its modern elements—kinetic camerawork and overlapping dialogue—with the historically authentic bespoke costumes, sets and locations

Greta Gerwig: Women Making Art: Go behind the camera with Writer/Director Greta Gerwig, discover her process and how she applied her own style to the story

Hair & Make-Up Test Sequence: A lovely showcase featuring the outstanding costumes, hair and make-up crafted for the film

Little Women Behind the Scenes: Take a quick look behind the scenes on the set of LITTLE WOMEN

Orchard House, Home of Louisa May Alcott: Find out more about Louisa May Alcott and visit the real-life Orchard House in Concord, MA

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Jonathan Andrew Sheen said...

I was hoping they'd also have a bit about Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts, where they did do some filming (along with filming at the Harvard General Store and Town Hall.) I'd always thought the museum was just a generic look at Apple Orchards, but Fruitlands was a commune where Louisa May Alcott's father lived for a year or so during her childhood, and she lived there when she was 8 years old, and that's what the museum is about. (The view from the museum is beautiful. I'm glad Emma got a chance to see it.)

Anonymous said...

"Emma Watson's 'Little Women'"

really?? come on Eden!