Three Oscars, eight Golden Globes, among other awards and a long list of memorable characters are proof that Meryl Streep she is a unique actress.
The commitment with which he embodies each of the roles offered by the most famous directors translates into compositions that are acclaimed and remembered by all.
We hate her, we love her, we have fun, we cry with her, she moves us and unleashes one by one a range of sublime emotions in the viewer.
Undoubtedly, she is one of the most beloved actresses for the breadth of personalities that she is capable of composing, including accents, gestures and even the way she walks.
The last explosion with which she confirmed her eternal reign was her role as a bad mother-in-law in the hit series “Big Little Lies” where she showed that she handles subtlety and nuances like no other actress of her generation.
As well as making it clear, of course, that its realm extends beyond the big screen and is perfectly suited to today’s ways of consuming audiovisual content.
De yapa is committed to the fight for women’s rights, promotes equality for development and fullness under conditions of equality, and her speeches always tear the odd tear out of us.
Both specialized critics and the general public adore her. Today, a special tribute for her birthday to this Gemini woman who has managed to keep her private life away from the flashes despite being the mother of three beautiful daughters and a son, and the wife since the 70s of an American sculptor, Doc Gummer, father of all his children.
Cheers for her.
Meryl Streep’s role in Big Little Lies is as chilling as it is flawless. Full of subtleties and small tense gestures, he establishes a bond with his grandchildren and daughter-in-law after a time of being away and after the death of his son.
What will unleash this presence in the lives of the family will expose the threads of a hidden plot that ends up showing who is who, turning, once again, this mature actress into the revelation of the HBO series by building another iconic character.
The bridges of Madison
A love story that manages to show love and passion in all its splendor through the character of Francesca (Meryl Streep).
The scene where she must decide whether or not to get out of the truck to join the photographer played by Clint Eastwood is one of the most remembered romantic scenes in movie history.
In this film, Meryl Streep plays a Polish immigrant who settled in Brooklyn in the 1950s. The heartbreaking story told what it was like to be a survivor of the concentration camps at Auschwitz.
Meryl Streep with Robert De Niro told the story of what happened to soldiers who returned traumatized from the Vietnam War.
At that time, Meryl was taking her first steps after demonstrating in theater that it was worth the bet for that unknown twenty-year-old who had just won prizes in works of a certain stature in her native Brooklyn. They say that it was De Niro himself who insisted that he be his partner in the film.
Memories of Africa
Together with Robert Redford he composed a leading role to rent balconies. Between the beautiful photography of the film, the script and the chemistry of the two of them, the film remained in the memory of the audience and the critics as an unforgettable film.
The stark legal confrontation between two parents who are separated and want their son with them is the plot of this film that Meryl Streep stars with Dustin Hoffman.
It earned him his first Oscar award but it is also one of the highest grossing dramas in the history of Hollywood cinema. Custody, divorce, and love after love were high-impact issues for the early 1980s. And of course, another historic performance by Meryl.
The Devil Wears Prada
Also translated as The Devil Wears Prada, this film was much more than a “pochoclera” film without significance due to the shocking performance of our beloved Mery Streep in the role of the evil and cold Miranda Prestley.
Inspired by the editor of Vogue United States, Anna Wintour, Meryl’s character is one of the most remembered to the point of becoming a legend and having her own tributes in other blockbuster films such as Disney’s brand new Cruella, where Emma Thompson herself , who acts as a consecrated designer, plays with certain features of that iconic character: Miranda.
When it seemed that nothing was left to experiment, Meryl Streep indulged in making a musical, singing, dancing and standing out alongside the young Amanda Seyfried.
A box office hit that proved that aside from acting amazingly, Meryl Streep dances exceptionally well.
In this film tribute to the life of Virginia Wolf, Meryl composes an editor who lives a complicated story of heartbreak with a poet.
The film was multi-awarded and sealed another place in history by portraying in an original, fragmented way and through three stories of three women a glimpse into the existence of the famous writer.
Nicole Kidman’s portrayal of the lead won an Oscar out of the 9 for which she had been nominated.
They say that it is the best cinematographic biography of Margaret Thatcher, and although that is under discussion by critics, fans and detractors of the character, the truth is that Meryl Streep won another Oscar for her performance in the film.
Critics said it showed the leader “too human”, but the actress always agreed with her work, to the point that getting into her skin was “scary”.
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