Little Man Tate

BBB.5

(out of 5)


 makes her directorial debut with this admirable drama, also starring as an overworked single mother who discovers that her baby son shows signs of exceptional intelligence. Now heading towards adolescence, the boy () is being escorted around the country by the director of a program for gifted children (, exceptionally cast in a different role for her). Foster wants very much to make sure her son has all the opportunities he can get to feed his intellectual capabilities, but is also challenged to make sure his mentors remember that he is also still young and has the same needs as other children his age.  This film doesn’t feature any ridiculous courtroom drama or high-octane climaxes, but unfolds naturally and tells its story in a straightforward, refreshingly honest style.


USA, 1991

Directed by

Screenplay by

Cinematography by

Produced by ,

Music by

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Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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