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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 1998



  • Duration: 0:53 minutes   |   Viewed 2779 times
    September 1998. Footage from the Walk of Fame ceremony, including an interview with Meryl Streep.

  • Duration: 0:51 minutes   |   Viewed 2727 times
    September 1998. Excerpt from the Toronto International Film Festival's press conference for "One True Thing", where Meryl Streep spoke about the lack of good roles for women in their 40s.

  • Duration: 0:30 minutes   |   Viewed 3156 times
    June 19, 1998. Excerpt of Meryl Streep speaking at the Women in Film Crystal Awards in Los Angeles.

  • Duration: 2:03 minutes   |   Viewed 2682 times
    September 24, 1998. Meryl Streep, Sophie Thompson, Noel Pearson along with Brian Friel attended a Glenties screening for "Dancing at Lughnasa".

  • Duration: 01:17 minutes   |   Viewed 3166 times
    Ellen (Renee Zellweger) is overwhelmed when her dying mother (Meryl Streep) pleas for help.

  • Duration: 01:57 minutes   |   Viewed 3143 times
    Kate (Meryl Streep) is surprised to find out Ellen (Renee Zellweger) has moved in again after learning about her mother's illness.

  • Duration: 01:07 minutes   |   Viewed 3196 times
    Ellen (Renee Zellweger) visits her parents for her dad's birthday and is quickly annoyed by the mother (Meryl Streep).

  • Duration: 02:15 minutes   |   Viewed 3267 times
    After Rose has disappeared from the field, her sisters (Meryl Streep, Brid Brennan, Kathy Burke, Catherine McCormack) become worried.

  • Duration: 01:59 minutes   |   Viewed 3140 times
    Father Carlin (John Kavanagh) visits Kate (Meryl Streep) at school to ask about her brother - and to bring some bad news.

  • Duration: 02:03 minutes   |   Viewed 3254 times
    While shopping in town, Kate (Meryl Streep) is annoyed by a former student and the arrival of Danny Bradley.

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