I have plugged this movie in quite a few times to catch what I didn’t take in the other times I watched. Even though I get sidetracked looking at Anne Hathaway’s big eyes and indomitable spirit, I am riveted my Meryl Streep’s portrayal of her role as Miranda.
Her carriage, her telling looks, she is a matriarchal mauler of employees. Her seemingly impervious demeanor implies that she is all-knowing and she cares not a bit for an opinion not her own.
Miranda, Editor in Chief of Runway Magazine is a fashion-plate. And for not being a model, Ms. Streep looks as good as any of them. She is poised, polished and in charge. This DVD is a must see.
Ever since I first saw her in “Sophie’s Choice” I have loved her acting. This was a movie where she had to make an insanely impossible choice. Choose which of her children would live and which would die, during Natzi driven Germany.
Meryl Streep is fascinating to watch. Her beauty is refreshing and the delivery of her lines only emphasizes her art. Her voice resonates in your ears. You drink her with your eyes. She is a consummate actor.