Video Archive - Year 1999
  • Added: Mar 7, 2017   |   Duration: 07:34   |   Views: 1898
    1999. Meryl Streep talks about working with Wes Craven on the series "The Directors". Scenes from the making of "Music of the Heart" are shown.
  • Added: Nov 11, 2016   |   Duration: 13:02   |   Views: 2500
    November 05, 1999. Meryl Streep talks about her role in the film "Music of the Heart" and her experience learning to play the violin for the part.
  • Added: Nov 11, 2016   |   Duration: 13:52   |   Views: 3884
    October 28, 1999. Meryl Streep attended Late Night with David Letterman to promote the theatrical release of "Music of the Heart".
  • Added: Nov 11, 2016   |   Duration: 5:11   |   Views: 2769
    October 27, 1999. Meryl Streep attends the Today Show to promote the theatrical release of "Music of the Heart".
  • Added: Nov 1, 2016   |   Duration: 4:19   |   Views: 2879
    March 21, 1999. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "One True Thing" alongside Cate Blanchett, Fernanda Montenegro and Emily Watson. The Oscar went to Gwyneth Paltrow.
  • Added: Nov 1, 2016   |   Duration: 2:38   |   Views: 3728
    January 24, 1999. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress in a Drama for "One True Thing" alongside Fernanda Montenegro, Susan Sarandon and Emily Watson. The Golden Globe went to Cate Blanchett.
  • Added: Oct 31, 2016   |   Duration: 03:08   |   Views: 1868
    Though Brian (Aidan Quinn) has grown close to Roberta (Meryl Streep) and her two boys, he doesn't seem to have serious intentions about settling down with the family.
  • Added: Oct 31, 2016   |   Duration: 01:36   |   Views: 1840
    Roberta (Meryl Streep) meets Isabel (Gloria Estefan), one of the few teachers who doesn’t immediately shun her.
  • Added: Oct 31, 2016   |   Duration: 02:58   |   Views: 1911
    A parent complains that Roberta (Meryl Streep) is too harsh on the students, but when she tries to be softer, the students have concerns.
  • Added: Oct 31, 2016   |   Duration: 02:30   |   Views: 1969
    After teaching a class, Roberta (Meryl Streep) has an altercation with a mother who insists her son doesn't need to be ""rescued"" by a white woman.

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