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  • Genre: Drama | Family
  • Release Date: 21 September 2016 (France)
  • Runtime: 85 min
  • Filming Location: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
  • Budget: $2,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $685,603 (USA) (28 October 2016)
  • Director: Ira Sachs
  • Stars: Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle, Paulina García |See full cast & crew »
  • Original Music By: Dickon Hinchliffe
  • Plot Keyword: Lease | Dress Shop | Shop | Best Friend | Long Take

Little Men (2016) Writing Credits By:

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  • Ira Sachs
  • Mauricio Zacharias

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  • Much like his role Tony, Michael Barbieri, who made his feature debut with this film, is an Italian-American actor from New York City and was heading for LaGuardia High School. Little Men 2016 He was accepted to LaGuardia in 2016 after the film’s premiere. Little Men 2016 3 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Theo Taplitz, 13 as of the film’s premiere, who made his feature debut with this film, has made short films since fourth grade. Little Men 2016 Several of them have been featured at youth film festivals across the US. Little Men 2016 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The idea of children going on strike against their parents was inspired by Yasujirô Ozu’s I Was Born, But… Little Men 2016 (1932) and Good Morning (1959). Little Men 2016 Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No |
  • Mauricio Bustamante, who plays an acting teacher in the film, was in fact Michael Barbieri’s acting teacher at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Little Men 2016 Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No |
  • The play in which Brian (Greg Kinnear) appears was originally supposed to be Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit, but after the filmmakers failed to clear the rights, it was changed to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. Little Men 2016 Screenwriters Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias knew it was in the public domain because they had previously worked on Montgomery Clift biopic Monty Clift (2016), in which Matt Bomer is slated to portray him. Little Men 2016 Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No |
  • In the script, Tony was supposed to be practicing capoeira. Little Men 2016 After Michael Barbieri was cast for the role, however, the character was changed to an aspiring actor like Barbieri was because director Ira Sachs did not want actors to conform too much to the characters they played. Little Men 2016 Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No |

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Little Men (2016) Plot: A new pair of best friends have their bond tested by their parents’ battle over a dress shop lease. Little Men 2016 | »

Little Men (2016) Story: A new pair of best friends have their bond tested by their parents’ battle over a dress shop lease.

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  • Joseph Aliberti known as associate producer (as Joe Aliberti)
  • Meetu Chilana known as associate producer
  • Grace Colby known as associate producer
  • Joe Della Monica known as associate producer
  • Tom Dolby known as executive producer
  • Andrew Drabkin known as associate producer
  • Dom Genest known as executive producer
  • Barrie Golden known as associate producer
  • Vanessa Haroutunian known as associate producer
  • Matthew Helderman known as executive producer
  • Brian Hughes known as associate producer
  • Cathleen Ihasz known as associate producer
  • Nicole Ihasz known as associate producer
  • Lucas Joaquin known as producer
  • Daniella Kahane known as executive producer
  • Lars Knudsen known as executive producer
  • Joe Kobzan known as associate producer
  • Christos V. Little Men 2016 Konstantakopoulos known as producer
  • David Kyle known as executive producer
  • Jim Lande known as producer
  • Jisun Jamie Lee known as associate producer
  • Jeffery ‘Dads Rights’ Leving known as associate producer (as Jeffrey Leving)
  • Sophie Mas known as executive producer
  • Michael Messmer known as associate producer
  • Jonathan Montepare known as co-producer
  • Tracy Scott Nadler known as associate producer
  • Andy Pargh known as associate producer
  • Melissa Pinsly known as executive producer
  • Blythe Robertson known as executive producer
  • Ira Sachs known as producer
  • Lourenço Sant’Anna known as executive producer
  • Hugh Schulze known as executive producer
  • Luke Dylan Taylor known as executive producer
  • Rodrigo Teixeira known as executive producer
  • L.A. Little Men 2016 Teodosio known as producer
  • Larry Tsai known as associate producer
  • Jay Van Hoy known as executive producer
  • Mandy Ward known as associate producer
  • Walter J. Little Men 2016 Wiacek known as associate producer (as Walter Wiacek)
  • Franklin S. Little Men 2016 Zitter known as executive producer

Little Men (2016) Movie Free Download HD FullCast & Crew:
 

  • Jennifer Ehle known as Kathy Jardine
  • Alfred Molina known as Hernan
  • Talia Balsam known as Audrey
  • Greg Kinnear known as Brian Jardine
  • Clare Foley known as Sally
  • Paulina García known as Leonor Calvelli
  • Andy Karl
  • Yolonda Ross
  • Arthur J. Little Men 2016 Nascarella known as Stu Gershman
  • Michael Barbieri known as Tony Calvelli
  • Theo Taplitz known as Jake Jardine
  • Elia Monte-Brown known as Bianca
  • Johnny Serret known as Visitor at the Museum
  • Stella Schnabel
  • Stan Carp known as Sal Bartolini
  • Mauricio Bustamante known as Acting Teacher
  • Melanie Mahanna known as Customer
  • Yolanda T. Little Men 2016 Ross
  • Ching Valdes-Aran known as Merlene
  • Kevin D. Little Men 2016 McGee known as Audience member
  • Teeka Duplessis known as Eva
  • Madison Wright known as Julia
  • Bryan Webster known as Park Ranger
  • Kellan McCann known as Tony’s teammate and classmate
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  1. Howard Schumann from Vancouver, B.C. says:

    American philosopher William James said that, “Reality, life,experience, concreteness, immediacy, use what word you will, exceedsour logic, overflows, and surrounds it.” This statement is especiallytrue for children whose goals and dreams are subject not only to thereal problems they face but are in part determined by their parent’sability to handle their own life. Ira Sachs affecting drama, LittleMen, looks at life from the point of view of two young men on the cuspof adolescence whose friendship is threatened by a family squabble thathas no easy solution. Co-written by the director and MauricioZacharias, the film follows on the heels of Sachs’ 2014 Love isStrange, the story of a gay couple and how they are forced to vacatetheir New York City residence as a result of gentrification, a themethat plays also role in Little Men.

    13-year-old boys, Jake (Theo Taplitz), a non-observing Jew and Tony(Michael Barbieri), who goes to Catholic school, are drawn togetherwhen Jake’s parents, Brian (Greg Kinnear) and Kathy (Jennifer Ehle),move into an apartment in Brooklyn vacated by the death of Jake’sgrandfather. The apartment is located above a dress shop owned by hisgrandfather’s long time friend, Chilean seamstress Leonor (PaulinaGarcia, “Gloria”), who has been paying a lower rent as a result oftheir friendship. The boys possess exceptional artistic talent. Jake isa painter who hopes that his portfolio will land him in the LaGuardiaSchool of the Performing Arts, even as his drawing of yellow starsagainst the background of a green sky is dismissed by his middle-brow,middle-school teacher.

    Compared to the sensitive Jake who keeps to himself and has fewfriends, Tony, an aspiring actor, is outgoing with excess energy toburn, a dynamo whose best scene is a back and forth exchange with hisdrama coach, an exercise in letting go of restraint and reaching forfull self-expression. Speaking rapidly with a Brooklyn accent, Tony,who wants to join Jake in the LaGuardia School, puts on a good act ofbeing on top of things but the sadness stemming from the lack of afather in his life is visible. One is reminded of the Nigerian poet andnovelist Ben Okri’s reflection that, “the need to create art is oftenconnected to a need to heal something.” Brian informs Leonor that hehas to triple her rent because his acting roles bring in little moneyand he does not want to have to completely rely on his wife’s income.Though he tries to reach an amicable agreement, his positionstrengthens Leonor’s intransigence and encourages Brian’s sister (TaliaBalsam) to push for her eviction in order to bolster the family’sincome. As their families bicker, Jake and Tony try their best to stayaway from the conflict, riding their roller blades and scooters aroundthe neighborhood with joyous abandon to the energizing score of DickonHinchliffe suggesting that this moment of their youth will lastforever. Unfortunately, however, their parents only dig in their heels,Leonor snarkily asserting that she was closer to Brian’s father than hewas and Kathy tells Leonor that she is trained in conflict resolutionthough she does not offer any such resolution.

    As Jake and Tony’s friendship becomes strained, they embark on theirsecret weapon – the silent treatment – but the children’s weaponsagainst their more powerful parent’s ends, as it often does inheartfelt tears. Little Men is a thoughtful and moving film thatcontains some of the year’s most honest and nuanced performances fromTaplitz, Barbieri and Kinnear. There are no villains in the film andeach character has what is on the surface a reasonable position, butwhat is lost is the compassion to step back and see things from abroader perspective, one that transcends immediate needs.

    Brian shows some awareness of this when he breaks down in tears whilealone, suggesting that looking out for one’s own self-interest whileadmirable in many respects may cut us off from relationships wecherish. Little Men operates on several levels. It is aboutgentrification and class interests, but its most potent message isabout the miracle of friendship and coming to terms with growing up.Jake and Tony have found the kind of friendship that is rare for anyage. Though they are different people with different interests, theyhave a bond that is akin to love, one that, like other attachments inlife, will not last even though it will always contain moments so realthat they may forever remain etched in the core of their being.

  2. Gordon-11 from Earth says:

    This film tells the story of a boy who moves to a new place after hisgrandfather died. He befriends the neighbour and is very happy with hislife, but grown up troubles get in the way, as his parents get into arental dispute with the neighbour boy’s mother.

    I thought “Little Men” would be sweet and touching, but unfortunately Iwas not. The title may suggest that the film is the reality through theyoungsters eyes, but the story is really viewed from a thirdperspective. The pace is slow, and not much really happens. I find GregKinnear’s character indecisive and unassertive, as he does not dealwith the rental problem quickly. It is as if the whole story isunnecessary because it would not have happened if he dealt with therental problem quickly. I was bored by the film, and was disappointed.

  3. kevbee from Birmingham, England says:

    This film is a joy. I’m a long way from age 13, but this film remindedme of the ups and downs of teenage relationships. Two boys, one shy,one feisty thrown together by circumstance. They form a strong bondjust as their respective parents grow apart. The boys don’t have theemotional experience to understand the reasons why there is a riftbetween their respective parents. They resort to childish ploys torestore the status quo. Clearly this doesn’t work. I won’t give awaythe ending. But please go and see this film for the two outstandingperformances from the two boys. Just breathtaking. And familiar. And abrilliant light touch from the director. I just want to see it again.

  4. Paul Allaer from Cincinnati says:

    “Little Men” (2016 release; 92 min.) brings the story of two young men,Jake and Tony. Jake is a 13 yr. old only child and after hisgrandfather passes away, his dad inherits the Brooklyn building. It’snot long before mom Kathy, dad Brian and Jake move in (more room thantheir cramped Manhattan place). At the ground level of the buildingthere is a small store (a tailor/clothing store) rented out to Leonor,a Latina woman who has a 13 yr. old son Tony. As it happens, Jake andTony immediately hit it off and become fast (and inseparable) friends.All seems well, until one day Jake’s parents need to confront Leonorover the sweetheart (and below market) lease deal which Brain’s dad hadgiven to Leonor… At this point we’re 15-20 min, into the movie but totell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you’lljust have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

    Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from writer-director IraSachs, best known for the unexpected modestly successful indie movie”Love Is Strange” a few years back. Here he goes a very different tact,examining how 13 yr. olds deal with their parents getting into abusiness dispute. The first 15-20 min, of the movie, when everyone getsalong with everyone, cleverly set you up for some unexpected but veryreal life issues: money is tight for everyone, and you like all themajor characters, yet some (or perhaps all?) will get hurt down theroad. The movie is helped immensely by top notch acting performances,starting with the two boys (played by newcomers). Greg Kinnear bringsan eye-opening performance as the struggling actor/dad/Brian. I can’trecall Kinnear displaying such a conflicted state of mind as in thisone. Also mega-kudos to Chilean actress Pauline Garcia, who delightedus a few years ago with her performance in “Gloria” (and which shouldhave garnered an Oscar nomination, frankly). The role she plays herecouldn’t be further from “Gloria”, but it is an equally stunningperformance.

    “Little Men” opened with positive buzz at the Sundance Film Festivalearlier this year, and it finally opened this past weekend at my localart-house theater here in Cincinnati. The Wednesday early eveningscreening where I saw this at turned out to be a private screening: Iwas literally the only person in the theater. That is a darn shame, asthis movie truly deserves to be seen. In fact, I’ll just state it: thismovie is one of the five best movies I’ve seen this year (and I see alot of them). If you are in the mood for a top-notch family/neighborsrelationship drama with loads of top acting performances, you cannot gowrong with this, be it in the theater, on Amazon Instant Video, oreventually on DVD/Blu-ray. “Little Men” is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

  5. mamlukman from United States says:

    I’ll give it an extra point for the acting, so it gets a 2 instead of a1.

    Just before the final couple minutes of the movie, the screen goesblack, and I leaned over and said to my wife “If this is the end, Iwant my money back.” Well, it had a little epilogue, but that simplyserved to put the nail in the coffin.

    Many say this movie was from the boys’ point of view. No. It wasn’t. Alot of the action centers on them, but they are almost alwaysinteracting with teachers, parents, other students, etc. and there isnothing that indicates the boys’ point of view is being given. That’spure pretentious fantasy.

    Since we are subjected to several scenes from “The Seagull,” where GregK. is playing an actor in the play, we might expect some relevance tothe action in the movie. Maybe I’m just not smart enough, but it drew ablank for me. I even looked up “The Seagull” in Wikipedia to see if Imissed something. Nope. Nothing.

    Similarly, Greg K. gives a little father-son talk at the end of themovie. You would think this would also sum up the point of the movie.He gave some long story about a childhood acquaintance who wanted to bea dancer but keep practicing so hard she was constantly injured andnever became a dancer at all. The moral of his story–as he explicitlysaid–was that you achieve success not by hard work, but by knowingwhen to pull back and simply go with what you’ve got. Great. Nicemoral. But…what did it have to do with the movie I just saw? Nothing.

    Then we’ve got the main conflict in the movie: the dressmaker whooccupies the store had a great relationship (sexual? maybe, but there’sno real hint of that) with Greg K’s father, who never raised the rentin eight years. Greg and his sister inherit the building; Greg and hisfamily move into his father’s old apartment, and Greg and his sisterwant to raise the rent on the dressmaker. They justify this by saying”the neighborhood is changing” and, as with many families, althoughGreg’s family has gotten an apartment to live in, the sister wants hershare of the inheritance. (Now you’d think that the obvious way tosolve this is to do what most people do: buy the sister out. In otherwords, instead of a “free” apartment, Greg K. should be paying hissister a monthly “rent” until she has gotten her half of theinheritance. But no, that seems not to have occurred to anyone. And ofcourse Greg had been paying rent before, so….) The dressmaker simplydoesn’t have enough money. And by the end of the movie, she’s gone.Probably to some Booklyn sweatshop to end her days in misery. Terrific.

    Throughout the movies we are told about Greg’s faults: he doesn’tcontribute enough money to household expenses–although his wifedoesn’t seem to mind. He has a hard time making friends. Yup, that’spretty clear from his relationship with the dressmaker. But how allthis fits together and how it makes sense of the movie is a mystery.

    The boys become friends quickly. They seem to part just as quickly atthe end. Is this what the movie is trying (unsuccessfully) to say? Thatfriendship is fleeting? That it’s rare? Who knows.

    To me, a movie should start at point A, go to point B, and along theway you should have some internally logical action. Here we have amovie that starts at point A–the death of the father– but thenmeanders all over the place. None of the action is fantastic, it’s alllogically possible, but it’s random. There’s no discernible point to itall.

    So if you like movie that ramble all over the place and make you leavethe theater saying “What was that all about?” this is the movie foryou.

  6. freekyfridays from United States says:

    Sundance veteran Ira Sachs continues to use legendary Japanesefilmmaker Yasujiro Ozu as his starting point to explore contemporaryNew York City. Like his previous gem LOVE IS STRANGE (2014), whichstructured itself around Ozu’s TOKYO STORY (1953), Sachs tackles thedifficult issue of gentrification and makes it especially challengingto his viewers by presenting the story from the gentrifier’sperspective.

    Using both of Ozu’s films I WAS BORN BUT… (1932) and GOOD MORNiNG(1960), the moral dilemmas of modern society encroaching on the present(and perhaps old fashioned) world is explored from a child’s viewpoint.Sachs seems to have nestled himself nicely into a mature genre ofstrong character-driven, social issue films.

    With standout performances by both the glorious Chilean actress PaulinaGarcia (from 2013’s Gloria) and newcomer Michael Barbieri, who playsthe wise-talking “little man” Tony with the kind of natural charm thatAnthony Michael Hall projected in John Hughes’ SiXTEEN CANDLES (1984)and Jodie Foster in Martin Scorsese’s ALiCE DOESN’T LiVE HERE ANYMORE(1974). Ira Sachs is on an Ozu roll. Let’s hope he reimagines LATESPRiNG (1949) or EARLY SUMMER (1951) next.

  7. FamGuy 1978 from United States says:

    I just saw “Little Men” last night at the Chicago Critics’ FilmFestival. Wow, what a touching and wonderful film! The New YorkWriter/Director of “Little Men” was in attendance and spoke before thescreening, where he thanked one of the local Chicago producers, whichwas Fathers Rights’ pioneer Jeffery Leving. He is the top family lawattorney in the nation. Leving is a huge advocate for the powerfulpositive force of paternal involvement in children’s lives. There arecountless statistics that show the positive effects of fatherinvolvement, which is what I suspect why Leving got involved in thismovie.

    I mention this, because this great written and directed film highlightsthe contrast of a family unit where there is father involvement in onefamily, and father absence in the other. Tony hardly sees or hascontact with his father in the film, because his father lives inAfrica. The lack of Tony’s father being present in his life negativelyaffects him in this film. Jake, the other boy, has his dad in his life,played wonderfully by Greg Kinnear, and is able to get the support heneeds from his father in the hope of achieving his dreams. Tony, who sodearly wants a father in his life even reaches out to Jake’s Dad togive him advice and support for his future. This film highlights thepositive effects an involved father can have on their children. Bravo!

    I always wanted to write film reviews, and this powerful film has movedme to do so. Go see this film!

  8. george.schmidt (gpschmidt67@gmail.com) from fairview, nj says:

    LITTLE MEN (2016) ***1/2 Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle, Theo Taplitz,Michael Barbieri, Paulina Garcia, Alfred Molina, Talia Balsam. A gem ofan indie dramedy coming of age story about two new friends (engagingnewcomers Taplitz and Barbieri) whose relationship comes to a challengewhen their parents wind up in a sticky predicament involving rentdisputes while attempting to keep the peace intact. Filmmaker Ira Sachs- who co-scripted with Mauricio Zacharias – offers a nice parable aboutthe niceties among the socioeconomic pitfalls in life with a suggestednovella feel to the storyline with great NYC & Brooklyn location shotsas well as his aforementioned young cast. Kinnear delivers the low-keygoods as a conflicted man trying to do the right thing while beingcaught in the middle of of social graces and responsibilities tofamily. Worth seeking out.

  9. David Ferguson (fergusontx@gmail.com) from Dallas, Texas says:

    Greetings again from the darkness. There is a lot going on in thislatest from writer/director Ira Sachs, and every bit of it providessome commentary on the basic everyday life struggles faced by normalfolks. There is also a continuation of the ongoing NYC vs Brooklyn”friendly competition”, as well a reminder of the downside ofgentrification.

    Mr. Sachs and his frequent collaborator and co-writer MauricioZacharias kick off the story with Greg Kinnear’s Brian awkwardlyexchanging greetings with Paulina Garcia’ s (so terrific in Gloria,2013) Leonor while the son’s of these two share an equally awkwardmeeting. Leonor is the long-time tenant in the dress shop located belowthe apartment where Brian’s recently deceased father resided.

    Jake (Theo Tapitz) is an aspiring artist who doesn’t easily makefriends. Tony (Michael Barbieri) is a brash, fast-talking kid who is abit more street wise and outgoing. The two boys quickly bond … while atthe same time, the parents begin a quiet battle. Brian’s sister (playedby Talia Balsam) demands her fair share of their father’s estatethrough higher rent on Leonor’s dress shop. It turns out their dadnever raised the rent despite the number of years and the developingneighborhood. Kinnear’s wife Kathy (the underrated Jennifer Ehle) triesto play peace-keeping negotiator so that the boys’ friendship is notaffected. As is often the case, the kids handle the situation betterthan the adults.

    The film’s best scenes feature the two young boys … a blossomingchildhood friendship that is all too rare on the big screen. If theboys weren’t so severely impacted, the adult interactions could almostbe white noise. Themes of money vs love, greed vs emotion, as well asrecurring and various instances of rejection, all play a part in thismulti-faceted story. Examples of rejection include a girl rejecting aboy, Brian’s rejection as an actor, and the multiple rejections in thenegotiations for the shop. Mr. Sachs has a real knack for putting realpeople in real situations that result in difficult decisions.

    All of the acting is top notch, including Alfred Molina in a small roleas Leonor’s attorney and adviser. But it’s the boys – Tapitz andespecially Barbieri – that elevate the film. Watching the boys growcloser despite the all-too-close conflicts reminds a bit of thefriendships in Rob Reiner’s classic Stand By Me. Young Mr. Tapitzalready has a few short films under his belt as a director, and Mr.Barbieri is certain to get many more opportunities to flash his onscreen talent.

  10. subxerogravity from United States says:

    So, when I saw the trailer, I think I may have been mislead about whatthe movie is really about. They used the star power of actor, GregKinnear to sell the movie, and even though he’s a big (very big) partof the movie, his story is not the focus.

    The heart of the movie is the instant bond that happens between the twoyoung boys in this movie (From the trailer, I thought the title LittleMen came from the fact that Kinnear was a man-child, which was not thecase).

    The kid that played the character Tony was the absolutely best.Watching him in the scenes interacting with all the characters wasfantastic. He was not the main boy among the two boys, but he wassteeling the show without trying.

    Other than this kid, the movie does not grab me at all. The main plotof the two boys bond being tested by their parents disagreement overprime real estate in Brooklyn felt really superficial in it’s attemptsto get everyone on broad, and although every actor is talented, thedelivery of the whole film is too bland.

    So the kid Tony was the best part of the film that was overall too dryfor my taste.

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