Starring Meryl Streep, ‘The Iron Lady,’ is now showing at The Guild 45th theater. Built in 1919 and originally named The Paramount, the live stage venue had to change its name when another theater in downtown Seattle claimed that name. Becoming a film venue in later years, the Guild has been a long time icon along 45th Avenue Northeast in the Wallingford neighborhood just east of the U-District (University of Washington District). I must admit I’ve been to the movies in many venues in the area over the years, but not here at the Guild 45th.
I really enjoy the artistic talent of actress Meryl Streep, I find her amazing. How chameleon-like she is and virtually changes into another person. Watching some clips of this movie, she is very much like Margaret Thatcher. Have you seen this movie yet? Let me know what you thought of it…
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