Prime movers Premium27 February 2014 | by Francine Stock
There’s a scene in the successful 2009 romantic comedy It’s Complicated in which the leading character, a divorced mother played by Meryl Streep, consults a cosmetic surgeon about her drooping eyelids. While he explains the procedure, all that slicing and wrenching, the camera stays on her increasingly horrified expression. It’s no great plot-spoiler that she decides against the eye-lift (although other eyebrow-raising behaviour follows). But then she is Meryl Streep, the most celebrated and nominated screen actress of her (probably any) generation. The tiniest move of a brow can play a million ways. Why would she mess with that? At 64, Meryl Streep remains supreme and is again this year among the Oscar nominees for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Of the others, apa
Register for free articles a month or subscribe now from £53* for 6 months unlimited access to article content.
Subscribe now and enjoy access to all parts of the tablet website, Including its 175 year archive...
Delivered to you each week
Read online / download on your iPad, iPhone, computer or Android device
For institutions: read online / download on your iPad, iPhone, computer or Android device. Email email@example.com for more information
Most Read Articles
Manage my subcription hereManage
Sign up for our newsletterSign Up