Margaret Thatcher said, If you want something spoken about ask a man, If you want it done, ask a woman!
Her career took over so fast that at one point she was performing “The Taming of the Shrew” at the outdoor theater in New York at night while filming two movies, “ Kramer vs. Kramer” and Woody Allen’s “Manhattan.” Her range is broad, playing a simple girl in “Silkwood” then a Danish woman in, “Out of Africa” a singer in “Mama Mia” a nun in “Doubt “ and even a Rabbi in full beard in “Angels In America.”
Four of her most recent movies were directed by women. She notices the stupidity of movies lately that are geered to the 18 year old male. Movies that are being made now are about comic strip heroes, or about gross behavior. But no one can escape that hint of a Mona Lisa smile Meryl has in all her movies because it is her! The La Gioncanda!