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Saoirse Ronan, who must be among the front-runners for the Best Actress Oscar, gives a remarkable performance as Eilis Lacey, a young woman who moves from small-town Ireland to New York. The dour, plain-looking and fearful gamine of the early scenes soon blossoms into a confident, self-reliant and glamorous 1950s American.
She wears sunglasses, eats candy floss and looks good in a bathing suit on Coney Island.
Crowley is very good at filming moments of departure.
Taking its tone from Eilis, the film starts in a quiet and understated fashion. As she begins to wear rouge and mascara, the colours in the film start to brighten and the narrative style loosens up.She thinks like an American, knowing exactly where she is going.Ronan captures brilliantly her character's strange mix of vulnerability and steeliness.New York seems as distant and strange as another planet to the young woman."They say it is hotter there in the summer and colder in the winter," she is told of this faraway place.
The budding romance between Eilis and tongue-tied, angel-faced Italian-American plumber Tony (Emory Cohen) is portrayed in gentle but comical fashion.