Actors: David Gallagher - Evan Rachel Wood - Jan Broberg Felt - Michael Angarano - Rick Macy - Vivica A. Fox. Director: Blair Treu. Format: DVD. Format Size: Fullscreen. Runtime: 96 Mins. Language: English. Subtitle: English Subtitles. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 2. Rating: PG. Genre: Drama. Release Year: 2001.
Keeping secrets is difficult and, sometimes, unhealthy. Emily (Evan Rachel Wood) discovers a talent for keeping secrets early in life and deems the skill marketable enough to open her own neighborhood business. Emily is also an amazing violin player with high aspirations for a musical career. Secret-keeping proves lucrative at first, but eventually the burden weighs on Emily and affects her ability to concentrate, hurting her chances of making the local youth symphony. Resolving her dilemma requires the help of two new friends, her violin teacher, parents, and a fair amount of soul-searching. Eventually, Emily's journey leads to the dissolution of her business and a cathartic revelation of a major secret of her own. The moral of Emily's experiences: "You can't keep secrets about yourself and live a true life," and "if you want to be close to someone, you can't keep secrets from them." (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi
My daughter plays the violin so she enjoyed Little Secrets. It was one of our favorites when the girls were younger. Good family film, great for tweens, especially girls.Published on April 23 2013 by Gabrielle Marshall
I really enjoyed this film. After seeing thirteen with evan rachel wood this film is very different but it,s a good story and evan is really great. highly recommended.......Published on Feb. 6 2004
I love it when a movie comes along that entertains adults in the audience along with their kids. I thought the developing friendships and the strengthening family relationship... Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2004
Even Blair Treu's by-the-numbers-disney-channel style directing can't ruin Jessica Barondes delightful and insightful story about a talented and sensitive young girl learning the... Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2003
I LOVED this movie. Emily (Evan Rachel Wood) is a 14-year-old secret keeper during the summer. Kids pay just 50 cents to spill the truth to Emily, who they trust to keep their... Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2003
Really cute movie. Simply with a lot of pep. It is like a live action version of a Judy Blume book.Published on March 26 2003 by chicoer2003