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The Triangle Indie Film Meetup Group Message Board › Little Children

Little Children

A former member
Post #: 3
This is a superb film...wonderfully acted...and some interesting subtleties ie: narration to give a special spark and light on the storyline...try to see this if you can..
Durham, NC
Post #: 82
This was one of the two best films I saw all year. Jackie Earle Haley was amazing! Very insightful film!
Jeff Q
Durham, NC
Post #: 28
I just saw this a few days ago, and I agree with Kristine, except I think it's the BEST film I've seen from 2006. Really well acted, with a thought provoking story line, and a clever way of interjecting the narrator from the novel into the film. I thoroughly enjoyed this and have been thinking about it ever since I saw it.

Durham, NC
Post #: 58
Jackie Earle Haley? The time-clock punching punk from Breaking Away?
A former member
Post #: 4
That's the one, and also the Bad News Bears. He looks the same just a lot older and, in Little Children, skeevier.
Chapel Hill, NC
Post #: 99
Just a note to folks (like me) who missed this film's run at local theaters over the past couple of weeks. Duke has it scheduled for a $3 screening on the weekend of April 21-22:­
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