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Hester Prynne Reviews "Brooklyn"

It is often a forgotten part of my story that I, Hester Prynne, am an immigrant. I came alone to the shores of America, sent here by my much-older husband, who followed only after I had taken a lover and the damage was done. 314 more words


Love is an amazing thing. It can bring a person out of his or her shell. It can make a person love life itself more than he or she imagined. 335 more words


 Greetings again from the darkness. A popular proverb “Home is where the heart is” is filled with truth … unless the heart belongs in two places. 520 more words



Young Irish girl Eilish (Saoirse Ronan) heads off to America in the 1950s and a new life in Brooklyn as she has struggled to find work and romance at home. 564 more words



Director: John Crowley (2015)

This beguiling tale about a young Irishwoman in New York is far and away the best film released this week.

Saoirse Ronan… 391 more words

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'Brooklyn' Is a Portrait of Leaving (and Finding) Home So Evocative It Might Make You Weep

The medium of film is used to evoke so many intense emotional experiences — falling in love, falling out of love, grief, depression, vengeance towards the robot that killed your family — it’s a bit surprising so few films have delved into the black hole of homesickness. 692 more words


Best of the Emmy 2015 Red Carpet - Pretty in Pink

So much color on the Emmy red carpet this year and while the yellow trend was trying to happen, the pink frocks caused a much bigger impact. 240 more words

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