In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Ellis Lacey has to choose between two men and two countries.
Directed by: John Crowley
Brooklyn (2015) A Beautiful and Moving Film - A Love Story. 26 August 2016 - 2 out of 2 users found this review helpful. A beautiful and moving film. A love story that draws you in, and is told so well that you care about the characters almost immediately. The photography and the close-ups are really beautiful, and the camera loves Saoirse Ronan. She leaves Ireland and she is off to America, (Brooklyn). Her trip to America is shot so economically, yet powerfully, you could feel what it must have been like on that Ocean Liner. Homesick and missing her widowed Mum and Sister she makes a home for herself in Brooklyn. But will she stay in Brooklyn? The cast is amazing, Julie Waters, Jessica Pare, and Jim Broadbent, to mention a few. The wardrobe was authentic, and the soft warm colors seemed to give this film a dreamlike feeling. But In the end it was all about Saoirse, she carried this film, there was never a false moment. When she was homesick, you knew it, you could feel it. I love "BROOKLYN".
Irish Film Board
Parallel Film Productions
1 hr 51 mins
$ 11,000,000.00 (Estimated)
$ 62,076,141.00 (USA)
$ 51,076,141.00 (Estimated in USA)