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The pangs of homesickness were real for Saoirse Ronan as she filmed 'Brooklyn'

The pangs of homesickness were real for Saoirse Ronan as she filmed 'Brooklyn'

Saoirse Ronan was an Oscar nominee at 13 for her role as the young sister in "Atonement" who, through a misunderstanding, ruins the lives of others. At 21 the Irish actress has been nominated again, for her work in "Brooklyn," in which she plays an Irish woman on the cusp of adulthood, of discovering who she is and where she belongs — much like Ronan's experiences. Here is an excerpt from her video conversation with The Envelope about the film directed by John Crowley with a screenplay from Nick Hornby.

So do you have strong memories of being at the Oscars?

I remember being starving at the Oscars because you don't eat, you know, for...

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