The latest adaptation of the classic piece of literature finds Florence Pugh playing the role of Amy March, the youngest March sister. In the role, Pugh flawlessly captures the wild range of emotions found in this turbulent young woman, from her stubbornness, her fiery temper, and her wild burst of emotions, to her gradual maturity, where she became more reserved, intuitive, patient, and forlorn (and in doing so totally changing many fans’ long-held opinions of the character. It’s an exceptional performance that showcased the great dramatic range in this talented actress, and is our favorite of the five nominees competing for Best Supporting Actress.
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