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Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Todd Field|
|Produced by||Todd Field
|Screenplay by||Todd Field
|Based on||Little Children
by Tom Perrotta
|Narrated by||Will Lyman|
Jackie Earle Haley
|Music by||Thomas Newman|
|Editing by||Leo Trombetta|
Standard Film Company
|Distributed by||New Line Cinema|
|Running time||137 minutes|
|Budget||$14 million |
Little Children is a 2006 American drama film directed by Todd Field. It is based on the novel of the same name by Tom Perrotta, who along with Field wrote the screenplay. It stars Kate Winslet, Patrick Wilson, Jennifer Connelly, Jackie Earle Haley, Noah Emmerich, Gregg Edelman, Phyllis Somerville and Will Lyman. The original music score is composed by Thomas Newman. The film premiered at the 44th New York Film Festival organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. It earned 3 nominations at the 79th Academy Awards: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Haley, Academy Award for Best Actress for Winslet and Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Field and Perrotta.
Sarah Pierce is a reluctant housewife and mother in an upper-middle class suburb of Boston. She is married to Richard Pierce, a successful yet distant husband, who is secretly obsessed with an internet porn star. Sarah refers to her daughter Lucy as an "unknowable little person" and feels out of place around the other ideal suburban mothers at a local playground.
Brad Adamson is a former college football player who's married to Kathy, a documentary filmmaker, with a young son named Aaron. Brad is depressed and frustrated, as his wife is the breadwinner and he is a stay-at-home father who has failed the bar exam twice. Each day he leaves home with the pretense of going to the library to study, but spends the time watching skateboarders at the nearby park. He joins a policeman's touch football team at the urging of a friend, Larry Hedges, a disgraced former police officer.
Sarah and Brad meet on the school playground, where Sarah suggests they hug to surprise the watching mothers nearby. Brad kisses her, and it quickly becomes apparent that the two are attracted to each other. Over the course of several visits to the local pool, Sarah and Brad get to know each other, and soon begin an affair.
Meanwhile, Ronnie McGorvey, who has served a prison sentence for indecent exposure to a minor, has moved back into the neighborhood to live with his mother. Larry launches a harassment campaign against Ronnie, handing out posters, vandalizing his house, harassing and almost assaulting the man and his mother. Ronnie's mother, Mae, tries to help by setting Ronnie up on a date, which ends badly with him masturbating in his date's car outside a children's playground.
Brad and Sarah finally see each other at a football game, where he asks her to run away with him; the two agree to meet up at a local park the next night. After the game a drunken Larry goes to McGorvey's house and further harasses him, using a megaphone to wake the entire neighborhood. Mrs. McGorvey tries to stop him, but Larry pushes her down. She has a heart attack and later dies in the hospital. Ronnie is devastated at losing the one person who loved him.
That evening Sarah packs a bag and takes Lucy to the playground to wait for Brad. On the way to the playground, Brad is again transfixed by the young skateboarders, who dare him to try one jump on a short stair rail. Brad can't resist and ends up injuring himself. Sarah is unexpectedly met at the playground by Ronnie instead and tries to comfort him, leaving Lucy to wander off by herself. This frightens Sarah. Once she finds Lucy, Sarah tearfully embraces her daughter and goes home. Brad is taken to the hospital and asks the police officer on the scene to call his wife.
Larry comes to the park to find Ronnie and apologize for harassing him. Noticing blood dripping off Ronnie, he is horrified to discover that Ronnie has castrated himself. Panicked, Larry picks Ronnie up and takes him to the hospital; the latter's fate is left unresolved. Concurrently, Kathy meets Brad's ambulance at the emergency room doors; he smiles at her before being taken in, portending a less ambiguous conclusion than Ronnie's. The film ends with Sarah sleeping alongside Lucy in their home, with the last shot slowly drifting away from the house towards two (now vacant) swings - the place where Brad and Sarah first met.
For this film, director Todd Field and novelist Tom Perrotta intended to take the story in a separate and somewhat different direction than the novel. "When Todd and I began collaborating on the script, we were hoping to make something new out of the material, rather than simply reproducing the book onto film," says Perrotta.
Critical reception 
Reviews of the film were generally positive. Based on 152 reviews collected by the film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, 80% of critics gave Little Children a positive review (122 "Fresh"; 30 "Rotten"), with an average rating of 7.8/10. A. O. Scott of The New York Times said "Mr. Field proves to be among the most literary of American filmmakers. In too many recent movies intelligence is woefully undervalued, and it is this quality — even more than its considerable beauty — that distinguishes Little Children from its peers. A movie that is challenging, accessible, and hard to stop thinking about." Scott later placed Little Children ninth on his list of the top 10 films of 2006.
The Los Angeles Times's Carina Chocano said "Little Children is one of those rare films that transcends its source material. Firmly rooted in the present and in our current frame of mind — a time and frame of mind that few artists have shown interest in really exploring — the movie is one of the few films I can think of that examines the baffling combination of smugness, self-abnegation, ceremonial deference and status anxiety that characterizes middle-class Gen X parenting, and find sheer, white-knuckled terror at its core."
Awards and honors 
Film archives 
- "LITTLE CHILDREN (15)". British Board of Film Classification. 2006-10-19. Retrieved 2013-04-26.
- "Little Children (2006)". imdb. Retrieved April 28, 2013.
- "Little Children production notes" (Press release). New Line Cinema. 2006. Archived from the original on July 1, 2010. Retrieved July 1, 2010.
- "Little Children (2006)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved July 1, 2010.
- Scott, A. O. (September 29, 2006). "Playground Rules: No Hitting, No Sex". The New York Times. Retrieved July 1, 2010.
- Scott, A. O. (December 24, 2006). "Here's to the Ambitious and the Altmans". The New York Times. Retrieved July 1, 2010.
- Chocano, Carina (October 6, 2006). "'Little Children' movie review". The Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on July 1, 2010. Retrieved July 1, 2010.
- "'Little Children' UCLA Film Archives". UCLA Film and Television Archive. March 4, 2007.
- "'Little Children' MOMA Film Archives". Museum of Modern Art Film Archive. March 17, 2007.
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