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USA: Universal Studios
UK: UIP (UK)
Cast: Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Rowan Atkinson, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Alan Rickman, Sienna Guillory, Martine McCutcheon, Bill Nighy, Gregor Fisher, Rory MacGregor, Lulu Popplewell, Kris Marshall, Heike Makatsch, Martin Freeman, Joanna Page, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Andrew Lincoln, Keira Knightley, Nina Sosanya, Frank Moorey, Jill Freud, Tim Hatwell, Lynden David Hall, The Big Blue, Jont Wittingtom, Dan Fredenburgh, Julia Davis, Abdul Salis, Alan Barnes, Shaughan Seymour, Helen Murton, Edward Hardwicke, Caroline John, Thomas Sangster, Gemma Aston, Matt Harvey, Adrian Preater, Joanna Thaw, Junior Simpson, Rodrigo Santoro, Brian Bovell, Sarah McDougall, Marcus Brigstocke, Richard Hawley, Wyllie Longmore, Gillian Barge, Richard Wills-Cotton, Kate Bowes Renna, Kate Glover, Nicola McRoy, Ant McPartlin, Declan Donnelly, Elizabeth Margoni, Lúcia Moniz, Billy Bob Thornton, Peter Marinker, Kier Charles, Doraly Rosen, Meg Wynn Owen, Carol Carey, Jo Whiley, Sarah Atkinson, Clare Bennett, Sarah Holland, Vicki Murdoch, Meredith Ostrom, Katherine Poulton, Tuuli, Michael Parkinson, Michael Fitzgerald, Ciaran O'Driscoll, William Wadham, Catia Duarte, Igor Urdenko, Nat Udom, Ines Boughanmi, Yuk Sim Yau, John Sharian, Glenn Conroy, Ivana Milicevic, January Jones, Elisha Cuthbert, Web Butters, Laura Rees, Emma Buckley, Sheila Allen, Terry Reece, Colin Coull, Margery Mason, Katharine Bailey, Tiffany Boysell, Georgia Flint, Joanna Bacon, Bill Moody, Billy Campbell, Paul Slack, Adam Godley, Olivia Olson, Ruby Turner, Amanda Garwood, Arturo Venegas, Claudia Schiffer, Patrick Delaney, Helder Costa, Carla Vasconcelos, Stewart Howson, Jamie Edgell, Dave Fisher, Paul Heasman, Tony Lucken, Raul Atalaia, Nancy Sorrell, Shannon Elizabeth, Denise Richards
Director: Richard Curtis
USA & UK: 135 mins
USA Rated: R for sexuality, nudity and language
UK Certificate: 15 contains sex scenes and strong language
USA Release Date: 14 November 2003
USA Release Date: 7 November 2003 (Limited Release)
UK Release Date: 21 November 2003
Unforgettable, ungettable, regrettable, ecstatic, exciting, unexpected, unwelcome, inconvenient, inexplicable, inelegant, unequalled.
Love actually is all around.
From the new bachelor Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) instantly falling in love with a refreshingly real member of the staff (Martine McCutcheon) moments after entering 10 Downing Street...
To a writer (Colin Firth) escaping to the south of France to nurse his broken heart who finds love in a lake...
From a comfortably married woman (Emma Thompson) suspecting that her husband (Alan Rickman) is slipping away...
To a new bride (Keira Knightley) mistaking the distance of her husband's best friend for something it's not...
From a schoolboy seeking to win the attention of the most unattainable girl in school...
To a widowed stepfather (Liam Neeson) trying to connect with a son he suddenly barely knows...
From a lovelorn American girl (Laura Linney) seizing a chance with her long-tended, unspoken office crush...
To an aging "seen it all, remember very little of it" rock star (Bill Nighy) having a stab at an end-of-career comeback in his own uncompromising way...
Love is causing chaos for all.
These London lives and loves collide, mingle and climax on Christmas Eve-again and again and again-with romantic, hilarious and bittersweet consequences for anyone lucky or unlucky enough to be under love's spell.
Love Actually examines eight separate but intertwining tales of love, grief, discovery, longing and disappointment with romantic, hysterical and bittersweet consequences for anyone fortunate or unfortunate enough to be under love's spell.
Acclaimed screenwriter RICHARD CURTIS (FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, NOTTING HILL, BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY) now steps behind the camera for his directorial debut on his latest project, LOVE ACTUALLY - the ultimate romantic comedy that weaves together a spectacular number of love affairs into one amazing story.
Audio commentary with Richard Curtis, Hugh Grant, Bill Nighy and Thomas Sangster
Deleted scenes and storylines - presented by Richard Curtis
Music Video - Christmas is all around
Music Highlights, a selection of songs are introduced by Richard Curtis