Saoirse Ronan turns 28 and we review her best films


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Saorise Ronan burst onto the scene at the age of 12 with her spectacular performance in Atonement, and hasn’t stopped since. At 28, the actress has four Oscar nominations.

With each new production in her career, the New York-born, Irish-raised actress makes it clear that she is not only a great actress, but one with great versatility, capable of taking on any challenge she throws her way. Since 2010, Ronan has gone through a large number of genres, surprising with each performance of hers. From the action film Hanna, through the romantic drama How I Live Now, and even the dystopian The Host.

The talented actress turns 28

Saoirse received her first Oscar nomination at age 13 in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance in Atonement (2007). In 2015, she received her second nomination for Best Actress for her role in Brooklyn. A couple of years later she would repeat as Best Actress for the leading role in Lady Bird, directed by Greta Gerwig. In 2020, she earned her fourth nomination for Little Women.

On the day of her birthday, we review the best Saoirse Ronan movies that you can enjoy streaming.

5. Mary Queen of Scots

Ronan dove into the period drama Mary Queen of Scots, this time opposite Margot Robbie. For this feature film, the actress became Queen Mary Stuart of Scotland, who confronts her cousin Elizabeth I, who after returning as a widow from France, claims her right to the British throne. This film, in addition to its incredible staging, photography and costumes, offers two masterful performances by two of the most talented actresses of recent times.

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This film can be purchased on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies and Amazon Video in Spain, while in Latin America it can be rented on Apple iTunes, Amazon Video and Google Play Movies.

4. Brooklyn

In Brooklyn, the actress put herself in the shoes of Ellis, a young Irish immigrant who arrives in Brooklyn, New York in the 1950s, to start a new life. She soon finds herself in a dilemma of the heart, pierced by the love of a man she meets in America (Emory Cohen) and another she meets on a trip to Ireland, played by Domhnall Gleeson. With a subtle and moving performance, the 21-year-old garnered her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, as well as a Golden Globe, BAFTA, SAG, and Critics Choice Awards.

Brooklyn is available on Disney Plus in Spain and on Movistar Play in Latin America.

3. Little Women

After her great performance in Lady Bird, the actress returned to work under the orders of Greta Gerwig for a new adaptation of Little Women. In the film, Ronan plays Jo March, one of the most recognized heroines in literature and that the actress exquisitely embodies, managing to capture the multiple facets and layers of this complex character, who is torn between love and her desire to progress. before life.

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Amy, Jo, Beth and Meg are four sisters in their teens who live with their mother in an America that is distantly suffering from its Civil War. With their varied artistic vocations and youthful yearnings, they will discover love and the importance of family ties. It is available on Amazon Prime Video and HBO Go in Latin America, while it can be seen on Netflix in Spain.

2. Atonement (Atonement, desire and sin)

His first big role was in the adaptation of Atonement, based on the homonymous novel by Ian McEwan, directed by Joe Wright. In this drama, Ronan plays Briony, a 13-year-old girl in 1930s England who witnesses a crime and falsely accuses Robbie Turner (James McAvoy), the son of her family’s housekeeper, of committing murder. commit it. Robbie and Briony’s sister Cecilia (Keira Knightley) are in love, and Briony’s lie derails any hope their relationship will end happily.

Although the role of Ronan is secondary, the presence of the young actress is marked by fire on the screen, and whose actions will have unexpected consequences for her future and that of her family. Available on Movistar Plus in Spain and can be rented through Apple iTunes, Amazon Video and Google Play Movies in Latin America.

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1. Lady Bird

Going from adolescence to adulthood is not an easy one, and has rarely been portrayed as well as Saoirse Ronan did in Lady Bird. In this film, directed by Greta Gerwig, the actress plays Christine McPherson, a 17-year-old teenager who is in her last year of high school before leaving for college. Between the desires for the future, wanting to know the world, Christine goes through a conflictive stage that leads her to have arguments with her mother, to be disappointed in love, and to realize that the world does not revolve around her. .

Lady Bird can be rented on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies and Amazon Video in Latin America, and through Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies and Amazon Video in Spain.

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