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Amira Rahim’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
There's just so many little details that made me love this movie and I can't explain it. Jo's ambition and her feelings to overcome the loneliness from growing up, Beth's soft life and unfortunate fate, Meg's chase for simplicity in domestic life while being the oldest to take care of her sisters, Amy's struggling ways to find love, the tender yet powerful lines that's enough to describe their emotions and the seemingly grandeur moments from just intricate personal drama.
Okay, maybe I could explain it. (i cried at a lot of jo's lines)