Love Actually (2003)

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Original Title : Love Actually
Director : Richard Curtis
Writer : Richard Curtis
Genre : Comedy
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Tim Bevan , Liza Chasin , Eric Fellner , Debra Hayward , Duncan Kenworthy , Chris Thompson
Music : Craig Armstrong
Reg Presley
Diane Warren
Photography : Michael Coulter
Distributor : Universal Pictures
MPAA Rating : Rated R for sexuality, nudity and language.
IMDB ID : 0314331
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Bill Nighy Billy Mack
Gregor Fisher Joe
Rory MacGregor Engineer
Colin Firth Jamie Bennett
Sienna Guillory Jamie's Girlfriend
Liam Neeson Daniel
Emma Thompson Karen
Lulu Popplewell Daisy, her daughter
Kris Marshall Colin Frissell
Heike Makatsch Mia
Martin Freeman John
Joanna Page Just Judy
Chiwetel Ejiofor Peter
Andrew Lincoln Mark
Keira Knightley Juliet
Hugh Grant The Prime Minister
Nina Sosanya Annie
Frank Moorey Terence, who's in charge
Jill Freud Pat the housekeeper
Martine McCutcheon Natalie
Tim Hatwell Vicar
Laura Linney Sarah
Lynden David Hall The Wedding Singer
The Big Blue Church musicians
Jont Whittington Guitarist
Dan Fredenburgh Jamie's bad brother
Julia Davis Nancy the caterer
Abdul Salis Tony
Alan Barnes Movie director
Shaughan Seymour Movie cameraman
Helen Murton Funeral priest
Edward Hardwicke Sam's grandfather
Caroline John Sam's grandmother
Thomas Sangster Sam
Gemma Aston Family mourner
Matt Harvey Family mourner
Adrian Preater Family mourner
Joanna Thaw Family mourner
Junior Simpson Wedding DJ
Alan Rickman Harry
Rodrigo Santoro Karl
Brian Bovell Radio Watford DJ
Sarah McDougall Receptionist
Marcus Brigstocke Mikey, DJ interviewer
Richard Hawley Alex, Deputy Prime Minister
Wyllie Longmore Jeremy
Gillian Barge Cabinet Minister
Richard Wills-Cotton Cabinet Minister
Kate Bowes Renna Cabinet Minister
Kate Glover Cabinet Minister
Nicola McRoy Cabinet Minister
Ant McPartlin Ant (as Anthony McPartlin
Declan Donnelly Dec
Elisabeth Margoni Eleonore (as Elizabeth Margoni
Lúcia Moniz Aurelia
Billy Bob Thornton The US President
Peter Marinker US Expert
Keir Charles Press Conference Reporter
Doraly Rosen Press Conference Reporter
Meg Wynn Owen PM's Secretary
Carol Carey Natalie's replacement
Jo Whiley Radio DJ
Sarah Atkinson Billy's Video Vixen
Clare Bennett Billy's Video Vixen
Sarah Holland Billy's Video Vixen
Vicki Murdoch Billy's Video Vixen
Meredith Ostrom Billy's Video Vixen
Katherine Poulton Billy's Video Vixen
Tuuli Billy's Video Vixen
Michael Parkinson Parky
Michael Fitzgerald Michael, Sarah's brother
Ciaran O'Driscoll Hospital patient
Rowan Atkinson Rufus, jewellery salesman
William Wadham Bernie, Karen's son
Catia Duarte Language student
Igor Urdenko Language student
Nat Udom Language student
Ines Boughanmi Language student
Yuk Sim Yau Language student
John Sharian Wisconsin taxi driver
Glenn Conroy Barman
Ivana Milicevic Stacey, American Dreamgirl
January Jones Jeannie, American Angel
Elisha Cuthbert Carol-Anne, American Goddess
Wes Butters Radio 1 chart show DJ
Laura Rees Record company executive
Emma Buckley Jamie's sister
Sheila Allen Jamie's mum
Terry Reece PM's chauffeur, Terry
Colin Coull PM's bodyguard, Gavin
Margery Mason Harris Street old lady
Katharine Bailey Harris Street little girl
Tiffany Boysell Her friend
Georgia Flint Her friend
Joanna Bacon Natalie's mum
Bill Moody Natalie's dad
Billy Campbell Natalie's octopus brother, Keith
Paul Slack John's brother
Adam Godley Mr. Trench
Olivia Olson Joanna Anderson
Ruby Turner Mrs. Jean Anderson
Amanda Garwood Backing-singer teacher
Arturo Venegas Mr. Anderson
Claudia Schiffer Carol
Patrick Delaney Tommy, Carol's son
Helder Costa Mr. Barros
Carla Vasconcelos Sophia Barros
Stewart Howson Airport gate man
Jamie Edgell Airport guard
Dave Fisher Airport guard
Paul Heasman Airport guard
Tony Lucken Airport guard
Raul Atalaia Restaurant proprietor
Nancy Sorrell Greta
Shannon Elizabeth Harriet, the sexy one
Denise Richards Carla, the real friendly one
Richard Curtis Trombone player (uncredited
Rebecca Frayn Joanna, Daniel's dead wife (uncredited


Set almost entirely in London, England during five frantic weeks before Christmas follows a web-like pattern of inter-related, losely related and unrelated stories of a dozen or more various individuals with their love lives, or lack of them. The central character is the new bachelor prime minister David (Hugh Grant) who cannot express his growing feelings for his new personal assistant Natalie (Martine McCutcheon). The prime minister's older sister Karen (Emma Thompson) slowly grows aware of her husband Harry's (Alan Rickman) flirtation with an office worker named Mia (Heike Makatsch). Karen's friend Daniel (Liam Neeson) is a recently widowed writer whose 11-year-old son asks for love advice about a girl he has a crush on. Meanwhile, Jamie (Colin Firth) is another writer who leaves his girlfriend after catching her cheating on him and travels to France to write a novel where he pursues a possible romance with his non-English speaking Portuguese maid Aurelia (Lucia Moniz). Also, Harry's American secretary Sarah (Laura Linney) questions a romance she pursues with the office hunk Karl (Rodrigo Santoro), but her personal family problems get in the way. Other secondary characters involve a photographer who pursues his best friend's new wife Juliet (Keira Knightley), a pair of movie stand-ins, named John and Judy, who grow closer after their simulated love scenes, a libidinous chum who wants to travel to Wisconsin, USA to score with women, and a burned-out former rock star named Billy Mack (Bill Nighy) who is the main connection between all stories involved.


Delightfull Homage to Love, 29 May 2005 Author: Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil In London, from five weeks before Christmas up to a month after Christmas, the lives of different persons are linked by love. The Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) and the member of his household, Natalie (Martine McCutcheon), his sister Karen (Emma Thompson), her husband Harry (Alam Rickman) and Harry's secretary, Mia (Heike Makatsch), Harry's employees, Sarah (Laura Linney), a woman with a serious problem in her life, and the designer Karl (Rodrigo Santoro), the writer Jamie Bennett (Colin Firth) and his Portuguese maid Aurélia (Lú,cia Moniz), the grieving widow Daniel (Liam Neeson) and his son, Sam, a porn actress and her colleague, the singer Billy Mack (Billy Nighy) and his manager, the just married couple Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and Juliet (Keira Knightley) and their best man Mark (Andrew Lincoln), a British young man that travels to USA, trying to score women in that country. "Love Actually" is a delightful homage to love. There are different situations, some of them dramatic, others funny, sometimes touching but never corny. The interconnection of the stories has a perfect timing. The cast is a constellation, highlighting the shining beauty of Keira Knightley and the nice role of Hugh Grant. There are many wonderful moments, such as the collective interview of the Prime Minister and the American president, or the moment when Karen finds that her Christmas gift is a CD of Joni Mitchell, or when Mark declares his secret love for Juliet, or the relationship of Daniel and Sam, or when Daniel meets Carol, or when the manager of Billy makes a comment about Elton John, or the narration in off in the beginning of the movie. I believe I could list many other magnificent moments, but better off the reader of my review rent or buy the DVD and have a good time. My vote is nine.Title (Brazil): "Simplesmente Amor" ("Simply Love")
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