There’s always something a character will leave behind, whether it be good memories or inspiration to cultivate something new. This is certainly true for Saoirse Ronan on her new film Lady Bird.
Throughout the film Lady Bird deals with love, life and the conflicts with her mother over her plans for the future. Saoirse said that in today’s society we tend to put so much pressure on ourselves to have all the answers and predict what’s going to happen next, she expresses that she likes to prepare for what’s going to happen next in the far distant future and to keep some sort of control over it. Saoirse loves the way that Lady Bird is such an open book and is ready for anything. Lady Bird is the type of girl that endures a vibrant life filled with interesting people and experiences.
The movie touches on the relationship between Lady Bird and her mother, showing their conflicts and contrasts. Saoirse states that Lady Bird’s character has taught her to appreciate the relationship with her mum a lot more and to fill life with more edge and dynamics. Not only does Lady Bird learn how to spread her wings she also teaches Saoirse Ronan to fly free in how to be more open and honest and creative.