When They Were Young: Meryl Streep and Barbra Streisand

I just love this shot of Meryl Streep when she was really young. Not only is she talented, but boy was she a natural beauty. I really want to re-watch Sophie’s Choice. I watched it with my dad, but I was too little to understand it.

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Another striking beauty was Barbra Streisand. Now I can see the resemblance, with a younger pre-friends, Jennifer Aniston.

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They both had wonderfully distinctive noses and we should be glad a plastic surgeon did not destroy their faces as they have done with many noses that do not fit the norms of beauty. I think they look even more stunning, because of their uniquely shaped noses.

I thought Helen Mirren was brilliant once again in ‘The Last Station’ based on the Life of Tolstoy. Here is a picture of the young beauty who was quite a sex symbol in the 70’s.

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6 Responses to When They Were Young: Meryl Streep and Barbra Streisand

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  2. bagnidilucca says:

    Meryl Streep was, and still is beautiful. I rewatched Sophie’s choice recently. I loved it the first time, but even more the second. Helen Mirren is also fabulous – not sure about Barbara. She spoiled it for me with her appearance in one of the worst movies ever made – Yentl – yuk.

    • bookjunkie says:

      I really want to watch Sophie’s Choice. It’s one movie that I have been wanting to watch properly for the longest time. I watched bits of it as a kid, but that just doesn’t count.

  3. whatsaysyou says:

    Meryl Streep is not just a pretty face but also she is versatile, talented and could never stop wowwing her fans and critics for many decades.

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