Meryl Streep’s 5 best movie roles

If you’re GenZ, you’ve probably never heard of it, and yet Sophie’s Choice is one of Meryl Streep’s landmark films. Adapted from the novel by William Styron, the story takes place shortly after the Second World War and reflects the ills suffered by families who lived through this terrible era. The actress plays the role of Sophie, a Polish immigrant who had a much more chaotic journey than one might think during the war. Sophie is in love with Nathan, a brilliant Jewish intellectual, who seems to suffer from numerous mental disorders as the film progresses. In the shadows, there is also Stingo, Nathan’s brother, who gradually develops feelings for Sophie. Beyond the love that binds the characters, Meryl Streep signs in Sophie’s Choice one of her most successful performances in cinema. The actress was able to wonderfully carry the historical weight of her character while breathing a breath of striking reality into her. Tormented lover, torn mother, in Sophie’s Choice, Meryl Streep is at the top of her art, which earned her the Oscar for best actress in 1983.

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