Between the innocent, the romantic, the sensual, and the unthinkable. There are still some things we have yet to imagine.
- Sophie’s Choice, 1982
Still of the Night, 1982
Angara River, Siberia, Russia
Top Picture: Peter Van Slyck and Meryl Streep rehearse in the O’Neill Ampitheater.
Bottom Picture: Meryl Streep, director Hal Scott, Joel Brooks, Ben Masters and Edith Oliver read “The Spelling Bee” by Marsha Sheiness in 1975.
Marilyn Monroe and Vivien Leigh saying goodbye to each other before Marilyn’s flight back to America, 20th November 1956.
“You’re a drug addict.”
"I’m a drug… I love drug, pills, especially downers… and they never let me down.”
“People want what they want. Sometimes you just have to walk in defiance of it and just be yourself.”
why don’t people trust their instincts? they sense something’s wrong, someone’s walking too close behind them, you knew something was wrong — but you came back into the house. did I force you? did I drag you in? all i had to do was offer you a drink. you’d never think the fear of offending can be stronger than the fear of pain.
Meryl Streep | IU Cinema, Q&A (x)
Meryl Streep | Master Class, 2014 (✗)
Reason 3284739567346762306 why I love Julie Andrews.
Meryl Streep on the set of “Mamma Mia” 2007.
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Milton H. Greene for War and Peace (1956)