New Yorker Margaret Reynolds has a regularly opinionated mother, a work-absorbed husband and three children. No wonder she unravels upon learning she's pregnant again. A complete modern woman's identity crisis is hatching - with an uncontrollable fantasy life including a romance with Fidel Castro. As Margaret, Barbra Streisand goes Up the Sandbox for a funny look at liberation, independence and motherhood, based on the Anne Richardson Roiphe bestseller. As adapted by Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Zindel (The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds) and directed by Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back), Up the Sandbox is an imaginative look at feminism's roots and the dilemma of trying to "have it all."