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Little Women in Transit

USA, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Fiction)

Director: Barbara Heller

"Oh God Don't tell me you still think Little Women is the greatest book ever written'?'' Some of your most cherished beliefs can be destroyed in the backseat of a car, especially when you're wedged between your two sisters on the family trip to hell.

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