Brooklyn Hits the Screen at Ann Arbor Summer Festival

. June 1, 2016.
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Based off the novel by Colm Tóibín and nominated for three academy awards (Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay), Brooklyn tells the story of Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan), a young immigrant from Ireland who falls in love with a young Italian, Tony (Emory Cohen). But when tragedy strikes in Ireland, Eilis is torn between the home she left behind and her new world in New York. A tale of love and homesickness, Brooklyn presents the immigrant experience in a measured and thoughtful way. Presented as part of Ann Arbor Summer Festival’s Top of the Park program.

 

Thursday | June 16 | 10pm
Rackham Stage | 915 E. Washington St.
734-994-5999 | a2sf.org | Free

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