Below are the five best films of Saoirse Ronan.
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1. Lady Bird (2017)
Director- Greta Gerwig
Christine McPherson (Saoirse Ronan), often known as “Lady Bird,” is an outspoken Catholic high school senior student. She dreams of eventually leaving her hometown of Sacramento, California, on pins and needles to attend a prestigious New York City college. With her middling grades and a family trying to make ends meet, attending a public university closer to home would be much more affordable and safer. Especially after last year’s horrific 9/11 tragedy. In the end, Lady Bird must find a way to make her goals come true. Despite her grades, countless college applications, blossoming teenage libido, and a strong-willed mother who is a true mother hen.
2. Brooklyn (2015)
Director- John Crowley
The early 1950s in Ireland. Eilis Lacey is a young woman who works in a supermarket. She has loftier goals and relocates to Brooklyn, New York, leaving behind her mother and sister, Rose. She feels homesick but soon settles down, finding work, studying to be a bookkeeper, and meeting Tony Fiorello, a nice young Italian man. Things are going well until she learns of Rose’s death and decides to return to Ireland for the time being. She and Tony marry quickly, and then she returns to Ireland on her own. Life is about to become more difficult.
3. Little Women (2019)
Director- Greta Gerwig
With their father away fighting in the Civil War, the March family’s women—the loving matriarch, Marmee, and her four daughters, Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth—are left to fend for themselves in nineteenth-century Massachusetts. Jo March, a struggling author in genteel poverty in male-dominated New York City, is struggling to make a name for herself; considerate Meg is now married, and artistically inclined Amy is in Paris with their affluent Aunt March. The news of talented Beth’s illness, on the other hand, will bring the sisters back together under one roof. But, more than anything else in the world, the fiercely independent Jo yearns for freedom, much to the chagrin of her attractive next-door neighbor, Theodore “Laurie” Laurence.
4. Hanna (2011)
Director- Joe Wright
Hanna, a sweet and innocent-looking sixteen-year-old girl, has spent virtually her entire life training to be a cold-blooded killer, thanks to her father, Erik Heller, a former C.I.A. employee. When an intense desire to explore the unknown outside world starts a furious cat-and-mouse game across continents, the bright pupil will have to put her hard training in the inhospitable Finnish wilderness to the test. But Hanna’s fearsome foe – Marissa Wiegler, an old foe, and merciless C.I.A. agent – is hell-bent on eliminating her fair-skinned prey, and nothing will stop her and her nasty henchman. One of them is going to die.
5. Ammonite (2020)
Director- Francis Lee
Marry Anning, a paleontologist in LYME, England’s southern coastal region, works on fossils and sells them to tourists for a living while simultaneously caring for her ailing mother. A London scientist and his wife Charlotte pay a visit to Anning, knowing how well-known she is but feeling overlooked. He asks Anning to accompany him to the coast in quest of minerals, which he sells in large quantities. Later, when he needs to go for a business trip, he leaves his ailing wife behind. He gives Anning a large quantity of money to take care of his sick wife. Anning and Charlotte’s friendship transforms each other’s lives.