I tested one woman I knew who was INTP and 3 men, I think I have known 2 female INFJs and a couple of male INFJs, and I am partially INFJ myself.
Did you see the last interview I posted? A lot of her real self comes out.
"too free and relaxed" - I watched several other videos where she was being herself, and I did not get the impression that she is free and relaxed. The more I watched, the more I related to her.
I believe she is an I.
She seemed very N.
Her brutal honesty with herself makes her a T.
I can't say for sure if she's a P or a J, though when she shows up for a tv interview, she is dressed more J than P.
And as I pointed out before, she has that strict boundary with her family vs doing films on location. A "P" would crave to be more flexible than that, and also would have stated it in a more P way.
She said she "steals" techniques from other people - I do that, too.
She is brutally honest - so am I.
She is extremely self-deprecating - I am, too.
I just know that I related to her.
The more she talked, the more convinced I became that might very possibly be an INTJ.
Obviously, I don't know for sure, but that is my impression.
The sound she hates the most is the sound of pain.
She might have a high F.
I have found F people to be naturally diplomatic.
I have been studying for 20 years, the way that an F will respond in such a gracious way.
They always impress me with their natural ability to not be offensive.
I didn't see that in Meryl's interviews.
I'm not saying she was unkind or offensive, I'm just saying I didn't hear the F talking.
For instance, she contradicted Ellen at least twice.
I have never seen an F do that in that curt of a manner.
She seems awfully black and white to me but I suppose she could be a P.
I will have to see some more of her.
While I was searching around, I saw that she'll be starring in a movie with Pierce Brosnan
Mamma Mia! (2008)