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“Brooklyn” is a love story, it’s a period drama… and it’s also really funny! There were Eilis’ (Saoirse Ronan) giggling friends at the boarding house (played by Eve Macklin and Emily Bett Rickards), and the blunt and stringent boarding house mother, Mrs. Keogh (Julie Walters), but the real scene-stealer of the movie was Frankie Fiorello (James DiGiacomo), the outspoken eight-year-old brother of Eilis’ primary love interest, Tony (Emory Cohen).
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