Little Secrets (2002)
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as Greenbacks' Saleswoman
as Gregory's Mother
as Bohemian Woman
as Oboe Player
as Elderly Woman
as Female Doctor
as Nurse No.1
as Nurse No.2
Critic Reviews for Little Secrets
The kids in this syrupy family picture are spunky tykes and the adults are dolts, but Wood is worth watching because she's so clearly ready to play nobody's girl but her own.
There are a lot of movies out there made for fourteen-year-old boys, a ton of movies made for six-year-old kids, this movie is made for ten-year-old girls and for what it is, I really like it.
What you end up with are a bunch of kids acting not like kids, but how adults who've lost all sense of what it was like to be a kid think kids behave.
The movie's chipper charms, and its steadfast determination to present an alternative to overly merchandised multiplex fare (there's nary a pop song or product placement here), ultimately win out.
A touching film that will make audiences smile and cry at young characters who are learning about love and confession.
Audience Reviews for Little Secrets
A fourteen-year-old girl keeps the secrets of her neighborhood peers. This is a fantastic film for white people by white people (with a few token minorities) about white people's problems. Overall, you should watch this if you like Evan Rachel Wood and white people.
This movie is a groundbreaking drama. It is a landmark as one of my favourite childhood films, and I wish it was even longer than 1 hour and 45 minutes! This movie released when I was 8 years old, and I cried back then, now I just look back on it as an amazing film.
Lovely coming-of-age movie. Recommended.
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