Magnetic :- Watch Magnetic on Youtube on Fire, The film Brooklyn is a study in homesickness, which in this case means you ache for a place that, once upon a time, you were aching to leave. It’s the early 1950s, and the heroine, Eilis (pronounced Eye-liss) Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), seems dislocated everywhere. She’s unable to find a decent job in her hometown of Enniscorthy, in the southeast of Ireland, and she cuts too undemonstrative a figure at dances to attract suitors. (Her best friend is the hot ticket.) Her father is dead, her mother housebound, and her much older sister, Rose, busy with a demanding bookkeeping position. It’s Rose — fearful that Eilis will waste away in this stagnant culture — who arranges with a do-gooder priest (Jim Broadbent) for her sister to move to America, where Eilis will have a job behind a counter at a big department store and a room at a boardinghouse with young Irish ladies like herself. But in the teeming, multicultural Brooklyn, Eilis is so lonely that she freezes when people try to engage her in small talk. She reads letters from her mother and sister and weeps hopelessly. She could be a drag, our Eilis, given her habit of letting other people make choices for her. But Ronan never lets the young woman’s passivity seem dull-witted or masochistic. The 21-year-old actress brings something unusual to every role: a combination of plainness and mysticism. Her blue-gray eyes give her a head start in the mysticism department; she can speak in low.
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Release: 29 March 2015 (USA)
IMDB Rating : 6.5/10
Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Director: Sophia Cacciola, Michael J. Epstein
Stars : Allix Mortis, Chris Bernardi, Rachel Leah Blumenthal