2. Medium pan actors including Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Timothee Chalamet and director Greta Gerwig pose
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Saoirse Ronan, actress:
"I know what hasn't been done as much before Is that Louisa May Alcott's story -- and her character -- is much more a part of who Jo is, so with things like -- just her relationship with her raising was in the focus, opposed to her relationship with Laurie, that was something that we really wanted to find. And also, I think her kind of sexuality and the fluidity -- she just doesn't conform to that either."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Florence Pugh, actress:
"When I was about 8 years old, my gran actually read it to me and it was one of her favorites when she grew up, as a classic. So I was there in a house on the weekends and she would read me chapters of the book, so I known these girls from a young age and I reread it when I was an adult, and I feel you pull different things when you're all grown up reading a book. And I sadly found more things about these girls when I was older."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Greta Gerwig, director:
"Well, you know, the truth is, I feel like the legacy of Jo March has already been evident in how many different kinds of women have cited her as an inspiration for their work of art. And it's not just me, but also Patti Smith and J.K. Rowling and Simone de Beauvoir and Elena Ferrante and Gloria Steinem, and that's just a few women who said Jo March was my girl. So I think that the thing that Louisa May Alcott and Jo March did has paid dividends in the 20th and 21st century."
6. Various of actors posing in front of photographers: Louis Garrel, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Timothee Chalamet