EXPLORE THE ARCHIVES
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 1997


  • Duration: 1:19:42 minutes   |   Viewed 1600 times
    Documentary on the Stalinist purges and terror in the former Soviet Union during the 1930s and '40s. Narrated by Meryl Streep.
  • Duration: 4:29 minutes   |   Viewed 1668 times
    Trailer for "Assignment Rescue", the dramatic account of Varian Fry, a New York journalist sent to Marseilles in 1940 by the Emergency Rescue Committee.
  • Duration: 8:53 minutes   |   Viewed 589 times
    Meryl Streep hosts the documentary "Portraits" by The Women's Refugee Commission.
  • Duration: 06:07 minutes   |   Viewed 2751 times
    1997. Meryl Streep talks about director Sydney Pollack and the making of "Out of Africa".
  • Duration: 02:45 minutes   |   Viewed 2851 times
    When Lori (Meryl Streep) does not receive permission to transfer Robbie (Seth Adkins) to Baltimore, she decides to kidnap her own son from the clinic.
  • Duration: 02:40 minutes   |   Viewed 2758 times
    As Robbie's condition worsens, Lori (Meryl Streep) and Dr. Abasac (Allison Janney) disagree over possible alternative medicine.
  • Duration: 01:56 minutes   |   Viewed 2709 times
    As a side effect of the drugs and medication, Robbie (Seth Adkins) can not be treated at home and is hospitalized full time.
  • Duration: 02:16 minutes   |   Viewed 2882 times
    After a series of seizures, Lori (Meryl Streep) and Dave (Fred Ward) learn that their son has epilepsy.
  • Duration: 1:03 minutes   |   Viewed 3162 times
    Interview with Meryl Streep to promote the theatrical release of "Marvin's Room" in the United Kingdom
  • Duration: 2:14 minutes   |   Viewed 2327 times
    Television trailer for "First Do No Harm", directed by Jim Abrahams and starring Meryl Streep and Fred Ward