Meryl Streep is the actress who once said to her agent, 'I've got to do something outside of my experience. Put me on the moon.'
In terms of her stage and film career, Streep has reached for the moon, and few would deny that she has made a perfect landing, though not without taking some immense risks to get there. She possesses that very rare ability to become someone completely different in every role she takes on - and to compel you to watch her every move.
She has been variously described as a young Bette Davis, a suffering madonna, the Eleanor Roosevelt of actresses, a tigress - but such labels are mere reflections of her multi-faceted personality and phenomenal talent. In this book her story is told, often in her own words or in the words of people who have been closely associated with her, for the first time.
Descrizione libro COLUMBUS BOOKS, 1984. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110862870968