Little Women ( 1994 )


With their father away as a chaplain in the Civil War, Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy grow up with their mother in somewhat reduced circumstances. They are a close family who inevitably have their squabbles and tragedies. But the bond holds even when, later, male friends start to become a part of the household.

compassion 9/10

Numerous acts of compassion and kindness among family and friends.

kindness 9/10

Strong examples of kindness throughout the story.

love 9/10

Family love and romantic love are central themes.

empathy 8/10

Strong emphasis on understanding and empathizing with others' struggles.

friendship 8/10

Deep friendships based on mutual respect and support.

generosity 8/10

Characters show generous spirit and charitable actions.

loyalty 8/10

Loyalty to family and friends is a recurring theme.

responsibility 8/10

Characters often take responsibility for their actions and contributions to the family.

trust 8/10

Building and maintaining trust is a critical element in relationships.

bravery 7/10

Characters demonstrate bravery in the face of adversity.

gratitude 7/10

Expression of gratitude for support and love despite hardships.

humility 7/10

Characters exhibit humility in various situations.

patience 7/10

Characters display patience in their personal growth and relationships.

perseverance 7/10

The characters demonstrate perseverance through challenging circumstances.

respect 7/10

Respect for oneself and others is frequently portrayed.

tolerance 7/10

Tolerance of different opinions and lifestyles is shown.

courage 6/10

Characters face personal and social challenges with courage.

honesty 6/10

Importance of honesty within relationships is highlighted.

self-control 6/10

Instances where characters must control their emotions and reactions.

dark 3/10

Themes of illness, death, and financial hardship.

alcohol 2/10

Some social drinking in a few scenes.

violence 2/10

Mild instances of illness and injury, with minimal graphic detail.