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Little Men Review

When 13 year old Jake’s (Theo Taplitz) grandfather dies, his family moves from Manhattan back into his father’s old Brooklyn home. There, Jake befriends the charismatic Tony (Michael Barbieri), whose single mother Leonor (Paulina Garcia), a dressmaker from Chile, runs the shop downstairs. 624 more words

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Review: 'Little Men'

The beauty of youth is not knowing any better.

Jake, 13 years old, doesn’t know any better, so when his grandfather dies, it doesn’t really affect him. 469 more words


Little Men and the heartbreaking inevitable -- a film review

Get ready, one of the most heart-rending movies of 2016 may be Little Men. It’s one of those films that will hit you like a ton of bricks with a final, subtle scene that encapsulates a somber sort of loss that is sadder in its seeming lack of significance. 763 more words


Little Men

I watched little men directed by Ira Sachs at IFC few days ago. The movie has mixed reviews but I liked it. People view every aspect of the movie with such critical eye that movie reviews seem to be FBI investigations to me. 212 more words


Interview: Ira Sachs, "Little Men"

I didn’t put Ira Sachs’ Little Men on my top ten of the year thus far list, but if I’d revisited it before seeing Mike Birbiglia’s  134 more words

2016 Films

Q's Reviews - August 16, 2016

Little Men. Modern life in New York City is explored in this tender and telling tale of deep emotions, greed, rejection, love and money. The story follows two awkward teenage boys who are about to start high school and find a keen friendship that allows them to grow. 822 more words