Saoirse Ronan met 26 years and we know why you all feel so good


Saoirse Ronan is the actress ms brilliant of his generation. This year we will see in the next film from Wes Anderson, and together with Kate Winslet in a drama romanticist low

Updated 12/04/2020 10:16

To Saoirse Ronan is almost always seen smiling or, at least, with a kind face and relaxed, even when you have it explain above time how to pronounce his name. It is very possible that you follow the advice given to you by your mother-in-ficcin (fantastic Laura Dern) in Mujercitas: “Don’t let the night surprise you angry. Start again tomorrow”.

Saoirse was born in the Bronx new york but she is of origin irlands, such as your name. His parents are from Dubln, went to live to New York and when Saoirse (daughter nica) tena three years returned to his hometown and lived in the seaside village of Howth, on the north side of the baha Dubln, where the beaches are sand and not pebbles as in Chesil Beachthe film that Saoirse protagoniz a couple of years, based on the novel by Ian McEwan.

Saoirse comes from the galico and means freedom. The first time that the world started to become entangled with their pronunciacin was in 2015, when the actress was nominated for a Golden Globe as best actress for Brooklyn, which tells the life of a young immigrant irish in the Manhattan of the years 50. When the law of the nominees, Dennis Quaid almost gives a vahdo. The scenes later on the red carpet with the commentators doing a tongue twister with your name were a joke.

She does not tire of repeating in each interview. “I have a name ridiculous, but what can I do, is my name.” The correct way to pronounce it SER-SHA. To try to lighten the thing, the actress advised the americans that pronounce something like INERTIA.

Until the Fundeu (the Department of Spanish emergency agency EFE, supported by BBVA, has published these das a audio pronunciacin correct. Saoirse has come even to devote a monlogo on Saturday Night Live to his name: “I Am very irish and I have a name extremely irlands, as I consider myself overly irish… S-A-O-I-R-It (spells). If my name were on the wheel of fortune, you will not be able acertarlo”.

The actress, 25 years old, is the best of its generation (it has been nominated for an Oscar three times, for Expiation, Brooklyn and Lady Bird) along with Elle Fanning, a list brilliant and also include Chlo Grace Moretz, Hailee Steinfeld, Adle Exarchopoulos, and Anna Castle.

In little women, the classic of Louisa May Alcott that Greta Gerwig (actress and director of Lady Bird), Saoirse played the main character, Jo March, a rebellious young man who refuses to accept the only option that the social rules of the mid-NINETEENTH century give the women to earn a living: marriage. She wants to be a writer. “As a woman I can not earn money to support my family and force me to find a husband that I hold economically. So don’t tell me that marriage is not an agreement economic, because that’s what it is”, replicated in the film to your ta (played by Meryl Streep).

Saoirse is on the team favorite of the brilliant Wes Anderson, which he has called you to be his next premiere, The French Dispatch, where he rode alongside Benicio del Toro, Frances McDormand, Jeffrey Wright, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Timothe Chalamet, The Seydoux!, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, Kate Winslet… Your premiere est forecast in October (united States). The films est set in the wording of a newspaper american in a French city dummy of the TWENTIETH century, with three stories that are interconnected with each s.

Shortly after we will see Ammonitea dramn romanticist, set in the England of the mid NINETEENTH century, in which Saoirse shared the screen with Kate Winslet. The plot is the following:The seeker of fsiles Mary Anning works alone in the south of the pas. When all your fame has already passed, is dedicated to sell fsiles to tourists to get by, until a visitor rico wants Mary to take care of your woman. The relationship between the two is going to develop and take a path unexpected.