The Simply Streep Archives has gathered details on all of Meryl Streep's feature films, television, theatre and voice narration, and also features an extensive library of articles, photographs and video clips. You can browse the collection by Ms. Streep's career or through a year-by-year summary.
Video Archive: Year 1982

  • Duration: 0:10 minutes   |   Viewed 778 times
    March 29, 1982. Meryl Streep is interviewed on the red carpet at the 1982 Academy Awards as a Best Actress nominee for "The French Lieutenant's Woman".

  • Duration: 3:54 minutes   |   Viewed 3030 times
    March 16, 1982. Meryl Streep is interviewed on the programme France IT1 to promote the theatrical release of "The French Lieutenant's Woman" in France.

  • Duration: 2:20 minutes   |   Viewed 3462 times
    Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "The French Lieutenant's Woman" alongside Diane Keaton, Marsha Mason and Susan Sarandon. The Oscar went to Katharine Hepburn.

  • Duration: 02:33 minutes   |   Viewed 2732 times
    Sophie (Meryl Streep) shows Commandant Hoess (Gunther Maria Halmer) her father's papers regarding the final solution and asks for dismissal.

  • Duration: 02:11 minutes   |   Viewed 2568 times
    Sophie (Meryl Streep) confesses that her father was a Nazi sympathizer.

  • Duration: 02:39 minutes   |   Viewed 2501 times
    A manic Nathan (Kevin Kline) presses Sophie (Meryl Streep) if it was her anti-Semitism that got her through the Holocaust alive.

  • Duration: 02:23 minutes   |   Viewed 2571 times
    Sophie (Meryl Streep) opens up to Stingo (Peter MacNichol) about her attempted suicide after being imprisoned in Auschwitz.

  • Duration: 02:30 minutes   |   Viewed 2492 times
    Stingo (Peter MacNicol) meets his new Brooklyn neighbors, a Polish immigrant, Sophie (Meryl Streep) and her lover, Nathan (Kevin Kline).

  • Duration: 03:02 minutes   |   Viewed 2628 times
    When Sam (Roy Scheider) gets stuck while working through George's dream, Brooke (Meryl Streep) helps him with the missing piece.

  • Duration: 02:38 minutes   |   Viewed 2536 times
    Sam (Roy Scheider) bids arbitrarily on a painting in order to send Brooke (Meryl Streep) a note warning her that the police have their eye on her.

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