Saoirse Ronan’s Acclaimed Film “Lady Bird” Airs Tonight

Saoirse Ronan's Acclaimed Film "Lady Bird" Airs Tonight

While Saoirse Ronan may not be vying for Oscars this year, you can still enjoy one of her previously nominated movies.

Saoirse Ronan's Acclaimed Film "Lady Bird" Airs Tonight
Saoirse Ronan’s Acclaimed Film “Lady Bird” Airs Tonight

In a career filled with notable roles like “Little Women,” “Brooklyn,” and “Atonement,” “Lady Bird” shines as Ronan’s standout performance in the coming-of-age drama.

If you haven’t seen it yet or wish to revisit, “Lady Bird” will be airing tonight, March 6, at 00:25 am on BBC One. While it’s a bit late, fear not, as the movie will also be available on BBC iPlayer shortly after its broadcast, allowing you to catch up at your convenience.

Directed and written by Greta Gerwig, “Lady Bird” follows high school senior Christine ‘Lady Bird’ McPherson, portrayed by Ronan, as she navigates life amidst a tumultuous relationship with her mother Marion, played by Laurie Metcalf.

The film boasts an impressive supporting cast including Timothée Chalamet, Tracy Letts, Beanie Feldstein, Stephen McKinley Henderson, and Kathryn Newton.

“Lady Bird” received five Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress for Ronan, and Best Director for Gerwig. Though it didn’t secure any wins, the film remains a must-watch.

Intriguingly, Ronan recently disclosed that her cameo as a “Weird Barbie” in another project, “Barbie,” ended up on the cutting room floor. She described her envisioned character as eccentric, always accompanied by her pet dog and engaged in solitary conversations.

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