Does she love Brooklyn or Tony more?

Blake 2022-04-23 07:01:57

Before she went to Brooklyn, except for her family, that was probably the worst time for her. She had no education, no formal job, and her sister bought her clothes. stand up.
After arriving in Brooklyn, the picture became gorgeous, and I spent the most difficult time missing my family. My life was surrounded by happiness, the lovely landlord, the beautiful and generous roommate, the warm priest, the caring boss, and the candy all the time. This pair of dog abuse lovers, these pulled her out of that difficult time. Tony's feelings for the heroine are absolutely wholehearted, and the heroine's feelings for the male lead, she thinks she loves him, but she can't say whether she needs someone to rely on in her heart, and the male lead saved her in time, from this perspective Speaking, it also laid the groundwork for the entanglement of the following heroine.

After returning to Ireland again, some things are different. For example, you can find a job you like at will instead of only doing odd jobs in a bakery before. For example, you can go to the beach with your friends for a swim and a walk. It's so different, and it makes her believe, oh, it's different. Her mother's retention, her ambiguity with Gleason, and her hometown made her entangled in her heart. She thought she could live well in this place, and deliberately ignored Tony's letter. I don't want the previous boss to break her fantasy, life is still life, except myself, no one else has ever changed. Even so, she could live well in this place, but perhaps in her opinion, Brooklyn was more suitable for Irish life than Ireland. She was obliged to go back.
But I still don't understand if she loves Brooklyn or Tony more.
Those who have read the original will say that while maintaining the delicate emotions of the text, the film simplifies the big nostalgia and the motif of the times, and pays more attention to the personal emotional journey. I haven't read the original book, so I can't say whether it is outstanding or simplified. During the viewing process, the viewing experience of the movie is similar to that of "Old Man in Mountains and Rivers", that is, in a foreign land, how to suffer from the depression of leaving home, and how quickly Get used to being away from home.
ps Irish women's accents are surprisingly consistent. In "Atlantic Empire," it was in "Brooklyn."

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Extended Reading
  • Ellen 2022-03-21 09:01:51

    Write about the mood of a generation of immigrants. When I was lonely and homesick, I forgot the original intention of leaving, and when I was exhausted, I gave up the reason for returning. There is no poetry in any distance, every choice is for life. It's hypocrisy to say that. It's too naive to say. Don't use love fairy tales to beautify the heroine, like it. The retro style is also beautiful. It's a pity that the props and scenes are not worn out, and the lack of exterior scenery and buildings makes it less charming.

  • Louisa 2022-03-21 09:01:51

    A plain and soothing nostalgic book, the Irish American dream, the overall performance is simple, the workmanship is meticulous, not rigid and sensational, the story is old-fashioned, but it has an elegant and soft atmosphere, which attracts people to keep reading. A girl who left home, her sister died, her mother was getting older, her hometown was lonely on the beach, her friends got married, and the summer drizzle was like a light sadness. Saoirse Ronan's eyes flickered, like drinking a cup of lemon tea, soothing her heart and moistening her lungs.

Brooklyn quotes

  • Miss Fortini: Ellis, you look like a different person. How did you do it? Maybe I can pass some advice onto the next poor girl who feels that way.

    Eilis: I met somebody. An Italian fella.

    Miss Fortini: Oh, I'm not passing that on. I'd rather have them homesick than heartbroken. Does he talk about baseball all the time? Or, his mother?

    Eilis: No.

    Miss Fortini: Then keep him. There isn't another Italian man like him in New York.

  • Maurizio: So, has Tony offered to take you to Ebbets Field when the season starts?

    Eilis: [to Tony] You like baseball?

    Maurizio: He never mentioned the Dodgers? Not even once? What's the matter with you?