Four sisters come of age in America in the aftermath of the Civil War.
United States of America
Saoirse Ronan (Josephine "Jo" March), Emma Watson (Margaret "Meg" March), Florence Pugh (Amy March), Eliza Scanlen (Elizabeth "Beth" March), Laura Dern (Margaret "Marmee" March), Timothée Chalamet (Theodore "Laurie" Laurence), Tracy Letts (Mr. Dashwood) more..., Bob Odenkirk (Mr. March), James Norton (John Brooke), Louis Garrel (Friedrich Bhaer), Jayne Houdyshell (Hannah), Chris Cooper (Mr. Laurence), Meryl Streep (Aunt Josephine March), Rafael Silva (Friedrich's friend), Mason Alban (Friedrich's Friend), Emily Edström (Friedrich's Friend), Maryann Plunkett (Mrs. Kirke), Hadley Robinson (Sallie Gardiner Moffatt), Lonnie Farmer (Concord Sales Clerk), Charlotte Kinder (Viola), Ana Kayne (Olivia), Edgar Damatian (Jo's Beer Hall Dance Partner), Erin Rose (Girl at Ballroom #1), Lizzie Short (Girl at Ballroom #2), Dash Barber (Fred Vaughn), Edward Fletcher (Laurence's Servant), Sasha Frolova (Mrs. Hummel), David J. Curtis (Train Porter), Abby Quinn (Annie Moffat), Harper Pilat (School Girl #1), Eowyn Young (School Girl #2), Lucy Austin (School Girl #3), Bill Mootos (Mr. Davis), Lewis D. Wheeler (Josiah Workman), Jen Nikolaisen (Evelyn Meriwether), Jonathon Acorn (Concord Play Pianist), Lilly Englert (Kate Vaughn), J.M. Davis (Susan Robbins), Tom Kemp (Asa Melvin), Daniel O'Shea (Soldier With Telegram) and others.
Arnon Milchan (Executive Producer), Francine Maisler (Casting Director), Denise Di Novi (Producer), Alexandre Desplat (Original Music Composer), Yorick Le Saux (Director of Photography), Jess Gonchor (Production Design), Kathy Driscoll (Casting Director) more..., Robin Swicord (Producer), Adam Merims (Executive Producer), Jacqueline Durran (Costume Design), Greta Gerwig (Screenplay), Louisa May Alcott (Novel), Claire Kaufman (Set Decoration), Chris Farmer (Art Direction), Sean Falkner (Art Direction), Amy Pascal (Producer), Bryan Felty (Art Direction), Nick Houy (Editor), Evelyn O’Neill (Executive Producer), Rachel O’Connor (Executive Producer),
Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Pascal Pictures, Regency Enterprises
Jo is running back to her place after she sold one of her short stories.
Jo gives Laurie a ring of friendship in front of Laurence residence.
The March sisters are walking home after bringing food to the Moffat family.
** spoiler alert ** Laurie tells Jo that he would like to marry her, but Jo does not want to.
Fred Vaughn asks Amy to marry him.
Amy and Laurie are having a great time in Paris.