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Plenty 1985

From Amazon: David Hare's Broadway play--about political idealism and the way some people always need to be fighting for a cause--was credibly transferred to the screen by director Fred Schepisi from Hare's screenplay. Meryl Streep (in the midst of a streak of movies that required accents) plays a British woman who fought for the French Resistance during World War II. When she returns to normal life in post-war England and marries a diplomat, she becomes something of a terror--speaking her mind when, of course, diplomacy dictates otherwise. Did she leave the best part of herself in France, where life was more meaningful and immediate? Hare's comment...

Directed By:
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Written By:
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Meryl StreepMeryl Streep
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No image existsJohn Gielgud
No image existsCharles Dance
Ian McKellenIan McKellen
Sam NeillSam Neill
No image existsBurt Kwouk

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Plenty Movie Review by BillyBob (3/2/2011)

Following hot on the heels of her success in SOPHIE'S CHOICE (1982), PLENTY (1985) would be yet another WW2 picture featuring the notable acting/dialect talents of MERYL STREEP.

Striving to hopefully cash in on yet another potential Oscar-caliber performance from STREEP, PLENTY basically came down to being nothing more...

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