Little, directed by Tina Gordon Chism, follows tough stuck up business women Jordan Sanders after she’s transformed into her younger child self during her latest meltdown at work. Hilarity Ensues. Little is a fine comedy that plays about with its subject matter in a restrained, albeit, fun circumstance.
Without sounding pretentious and ultra-arthouse, at its heart Little is a child’s film plain and simple. While that might sound like a degrading remark, let me assure you it isn’t. Agreed elements of Little are slightly “out there” and at times a little provocative than it perhaps should be, however, at the basis of this narrative we have a wonderfully executed tale on the teething pain of growing up,