Film Review: ‘Brooklyn’

That the film is self-consciously hip is obvious in its opening sequence — Frank is watching Tweedy video (the band of Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer) with a well-curated set of cool albums on the wall racks — like Iggy Pop’s “The Idiot” — in a Brooklyn store. That a vinyl shop is going out of business in Brooklyn is perhaps the hardest thing to believe about “Hearts Beat Loud.”

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