;;

Saturday, January 30, 2016

At the Movies - Brooklyn

Set in 1952, Brooklyn is the story of a a young Irish woman's immigration to the U.S.A. and more specifically, Brooklyn. She falls in love with an Italian American and quickly finds herself torn between her country of origin and her newly found life and love in America. 

With remarkable casting and highly believable performances, the story captures the viewer. The scenes accomplish a sense of nostalgia and the differing characteristics of the two countries featured. This offering is beautifully filmed. If you are interested in a love story that is set is a different era and speaks to traditional values, Brooklyn is a good choice at the movies or when available on DVD or digital download. The movie offers an escape from the typical violent stories involving guns and crime. Brooklyn will warm your heart. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Your comments are welcome. Please abide by the blog's policy on posting. This blog facilitates discussion from all sides of issues. Opposite viewpoints, spirited discussion and even pointed comments are welcome, provided they are respectful. Name calling is not allowed and any posts that violate the policy, will simply not be authorized to appear. This blog also reserves the right to exclude comments that are off topic or are otherwise unprofessional. This blog does not assume any liability whatsoever for comments posted. People posting comments or providing information on interviews, do so at their own risk.


Comments posted on this blog, may be used as excerpts in whole or in part, in other media sources .
This blog believes in freedom of speech and operates in the context of a democratic society, which many have fought and died for.

Views expressed by commentators or in articles that appear here, cannot be assumed to be espoused by The Hamiltonian staff or its publisher.