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  1. Louise_Dietrich's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Peggy Ann Garner gives one of the best performances by a child actor.

  2. SpacePirate's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Everything about this film just works, and works perfectly. My only complaint is that they didnt film the rest of the novel! haha. no srsly, this is a great story, and a pretty well faithful adaptation to the source novel. Great coming of age story. I guarantee you will cry at least once. All the actors are perfect for their roles. 5 easy stars

  3. Aardsy's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    With its parents paying rent.

  4. Beatrice Lorenzini's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Riduce, rispetto al romanzo, ma caspita che bel tentativo.

  5. bogdann's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    love the book, love the movie

  6. Nachtreich's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

  7. Love Walked In's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    To have a room on the top floor was very important for the family even though it was a reluctant move. They could look down on the street where children're buzzing with a big christmas tree in hand or in hard time the daughter could go up to the roof to pour out her emotion.

  8. Artem Eihart's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    that grandma's talk was impressive

  9. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Los años 40 para el cine estadounidense significó una etapa de optimismo. En paralelo a los musicales, ciertas películas dramáticas se alimentaban de esa fantasía en donde hasta el más infeliz era feliz. "Lazos humanos" emprende con ese inicio. Se comienza a plantear además esa nueva temática sobre el sueño americano. Para Kazan, sin embargo, esto implica sufrimiento. Un durísimo drama pero que cierra con optimismo.

  10. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Every time I watch, I cry shameless tears. The scene with Blondell and Peggy Ann Garner in the lavatory is devastating. Joan Blondell is a primal force. She heals like Aretha. You love her because she envelops you. This is beyond talent.

  11. Oliver's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Wrong music credit: Jerry Goldsmith wrote the score for the 1970s TV remake. The music for Kazan´s film was composed by Alfred Newman alone.

  12. Harry Rossi's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    I was honestly surprised by how much I enjoyed this film. Wasn't too enthralled at first but as the film went on I became more and more engrossed with just how emotional and beautifully shot this film is. A wonderful first effort from Kazan. James Dunn is also absolutely captivating on screen.

  13. MarcH's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Flawless performances across the board. All the way down to the butcher with just 3 lines.

  14. Acerk21's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    This is a truly great coming of age film that effectively draws the audience in and makes them care for everyone in it. Kudos to Peggy Ann Garner, who gives one of the most credible child performances in recent memory and to Kazan who made his directorial debut with this film.

  15. lauli's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    Love that little girl. She received an honorary oscar for her performance, but she deserved to be nominated in a competitive category.

  16. Lefteris Becerra's rating of the film A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

    vaya debut cinematográfico, una sorpresa el ritmo, la calidez, lo que se sugiere y el modo de platear los conflictos. el padre y la hija son seres adorables sin que la madre carezca de razones para ser lo opuesto. maravillosa