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Career > > 1983 > Meryl Streep at the National Film Theatre

Meryl Streep at the National Film Theatre

March 16, 1983 | BBC | 40 minutes
Directed by: Tony Tyley
When Meryl Streep visited London in 1983 to promote the theatrical release of "Sophie's Choice" - a role that would win her a second Academy Award only a month later - the National Film Theatre held a panel with the actress. Interviewed by Iain Johnstone, Streep talked about the making of the film and her previous career - to this time inlcuding "Kramer vs. Kramer", "Manhattan" and "The French Lieutenant's Woman", accompanied by clips from her films.

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