Drama • R • 1982 • 2 hr 31 min
When asked for an acting performance of a lifetime, it’s always that scene that comes to mind.
An engaging watch with powerful performances. Especially by Meryl Streep.
A deeply moving movie about romance & secrets. It is flawed with monologs, but Streep has attained magnificence.
I don't think the newer generation would ever understand nor aporiciate this film.The performance on expressing deep emotions is immaculate
Meryl Streep’s greatest performance that cements her legacy as the best actress of all time
Such beautiful acting and heartbreaking story that can destroy anyone’s heart.
Emotional and sad. Slow pace requires patience but surely its a classic.
Wonderful movie. Wonderful performance by the best actress of all time. My personal favorite on holocaust topic
Slow pacing, but some of the most brilliant acting I’ve ever seen. A good movie to watch once, savor forever.
I have no words for this film. A true masterpiece! Meryl Streep’s acting is fabulous!
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