When the war ends, the emotional fallout begins. In "Plenty" (1985), Academy Award-winner Meryl Streep plays a former French Resistance fighter in World War II. After the war, nothing in her life can match the heroism and excitement of her wartime experiences, nor can any man match the young soldier with whom she had an affair. Tracey Ullman costars as Streep's constant companion, who is unable to stop her friend's decline into depression and unabashed alienation. Based on the Tony Award-nominated stage play by David Hare, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of "The Reader"(2008) and"The Hours" (2002).