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Love Actually -- Follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely and interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England.
Love Actually -- Follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely and interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England.

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Writer:
Richard Curtis (written by)
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Release Date:
14 November 2003 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Love actually is all around. See more »
Plot:
Follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 10 wins & 19 nominations See more »
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A film for those who can cope with more than just one story line. See more (956 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Bill Nighy ... Billy Mack

Gregor Fisher ... Joe
Rory MacGregor ... Engineer

Colin Firth ... Jamie

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
Shaughan Seymour ... Movie Cameraman
Helen Murton ... Funeral Priest

Edward Hardwicke ... Sam's Grandfather

Caroline John ... Sam's Grandmother

Thomas Brodie-Sangster ... Sam (as Thomas Sangster)
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
Anthony McPartlin ... Ant

Declan Donnelly ... Dec

Elisabeth Margoni ... Eleonore (as Elizabeth Margoni)

Lúcia Moniz ... Aurelia (as Lucia Moniz)

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
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 Freire Costa ... Mr. Barros (as Helder Costa)
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
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chevy Lamont Cofield ... Wedding Planer (uncredited)

Richard Curtis ... Trombone Player (uncredited)

Frances de la Tour ... Headmistress's Partner (scenes deleted) (uncredited)
Rebecca Frayn ... Joanna - Daniel's Dead Wife (uncredited)

Anne Reid ... Headmistress (scenes deleted) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Richard Curtis 
 
Writing credits
Richard Curtis (written by)

Produced by
Tim Bevan .... producer
Liza Chasin .... co-producer
Eric Fellner .... producer
Debra Hayward .... co-producer
Duncan Kenworthy .... producer
Chris Thompson .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Craig Armstrong 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Coulter (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Nick Moore 
 
Casting by
Mary Selway 
Fiona Weir 
Patrícia Vasconcelos (uncredited)
 
Production Design by
Jim Clay 
 
Art Direction by
Jonathan McKinstry (supervising art director)
Rod McLean 
Justin Warburton-Brown 
 
Set Decoration by
Caroline Smith 
 
Costume Design by
Joanna Johnston 
 
Makeup Department
Kate Benton .... makeup artist
Graham Johnston .... hair designer
Graham Johnston .... makeup designer
Lorna McGowan .... makeup artist
Suzanne Belcher .... hair designer: second unit (uncredited)
Suzanne Belcher .... makeup artist: second unit (uncredited)
Laura McIntosh .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Raphaël Benoliel .... production manager: France
Deborah Harding .... post-production supervisor
Tori Parry .... production manager
Michelle Wright .... executive in charge of production: Working Title
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Glaisyer .... third assistant director
Ben Howarth .... second assistant director
Gil Kenny .... assistant director: France (as Gilles Kenny)
Christopher Newman .... first assistant director
Alex Oakley .... co-second assistant director (as Alexander Oakley)
Sue Wood .... crowd assistant director (as Susan Lawrence)
Chris Burgess .... third assistant director: pick-ups (uncredited)
Julie Laugier .... trainee assistant director: France (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Adrian Aitken .... supervising plasterer
Joseph Alley .... carpenter
David Allistone .... wood machinist
David Barker .... carpenter
Nicholas Barringer .... plasterer (as Nick Barringer)
Perry Bell .... painter
David Bellemère .... artwork: exhibition photographs, "Christmas Uncovered"
Frank Berlin .... painter
Jean-Paul Bernard .... prop buyer: France
Lee Biggs .... carpenter
Steve Bohan .... construction manager (as Stephen Bohan)
John Botton .... dressing props
Roger Bowles .... draughtsman
Peter Browne .... chargehand carpenter
Peter Browne .... stagehand
Gary Burns .... plasterers' laborer
Ian Burrows .... plasterer
John Butler .... chargehand sprayer
James Buxton .... carpenter
Robert Byron .... plasterer
Antonio Calvo-Dominguez .... junior draughtsman
Bob Cann .... carpenter (as Robert Cann)
Eamon Cann .... carpenter (as Eamonn Cann)
Paul Carpenter .... carpenter
Helen Chapman .... art department runner
Roy Chapman .... chargehand dresser
Jane Clark .... storyboard artist
Bernard Collins .... carpenter (as Bernie Collins)
Peter Collins .... carpenter
Andrea Couch .... art department assistant
Nigel Crafts .... carpenter
Adam Crosby .... trainee painter
Ben Crosby .... painter
Fred Crosby .... painter
Gary Crosby .... h.o.d. painter
Derek Dawson .... carpenter
Mark Dowling .... painter
Dean Dunham .... supervising painter
Stephen Dunsford .... stagehand
Delmont Earwicker .... plasterer
Lee Edwards .... carpenter
Clifford Etheridge .... chargehand plasterer (as Cliff Etheridge)
Trevor Eve .... painter
Jools Faiers .... graphic designer
Michael Finlay .... painter
Robert Flint .... stagehand
Stephen Fountain .... plasterer
Martin Freeman .... chargehand carpenter
Heidi Gibb .... assistant art director
Barry Gibbs .... props master
David Gibson .... carpenter
Craig Gleeson .... painter
Andy Good .... carpenter
Nick Goodall .... carpenter
Oliver Goodier .... art department assistant
Luke Goodman .... trainee painter
Mark Goodman .... stand-by stagehand
Gavin Gordon .... carpenter
Geoffrey Brian Grant .... plasterer (as Geoffrey Grant)
Alan Grenham .... painter
Peter Grove .... carpenter
David Haberfield .... chargehand painter
Jessie Hammond .... painter (as Jesse Hammond)
Kevin Harris .... carpenter
Phil Harvey .... draughtsman (as Philip Harvey)
Tim Hayes .... carpenter (as Tom Hayes)
Gary Hedges .... carpenter
Nigel Henderson .... plasterer
John Hersey .... painter
Garry Higgins .... painter
Sean Higgins .... plasterer
Jason Hopperton .... dressing props
Jonathan Houlding .... draughtsman (as Jon Houdling)
Barnaby Inman .... carpenter
Peter Kane .... painters' laborer
George King .... supervising stagehand
David Lainsbury .... painters' laborer
Nick Lloyd .... carpenter (as Nicholas Lloyd)
Gary Lowe .... painter
David Lowery .... supervising carpenter
Thomas Mangan .... plasterer
Thomas Martin .... supervising carpenter (as Tom Martin)
Peter McCarroll .... plasterer
Richard A. McCarthy .... h.o.d. plasterer (as Richard McCarthy)
Anthony McGee .... carpenter
Joe McGee .... practical electrician: art department
Joe McGee .... practical electrician: construction department
John McGee .... stand-by carpenter
Charlie McGinlay .... painter (as Charles McGinlay)
Stephen McGregor .... carpenter
John McGuigan .... painter
Eamon McLoughlin .... supervising carpenter
Brian Morris .... stand-by painter
Dave Morris .... production buyer
Esta Morris .... props trainee: FT2
Stephen Morris .... plasterer
Stephen Murray .... carpenter
Sophie Newman .... assistant set decorator
Peter Nodwell .... carpenter
Geoff Nolan .... carpenter
Barry O'Brien .... carpenter
John O'Brien .... chargehand carpenter
Roy O'Brien .... trainee carpenter
Daniel O'Regan .... supervising carpenter (as Danny O'Regan)
Seamus O'Sullivan .... assistant construction manager
Colin Osgood .... carpenter
Stephen Page .... plasterer
Darryl Paterson .... prop storeman
Jason Phelps .... carpenter
Dave Philpott .... carpenter (as David Philpott)
Steven Ponting .... plasterer
Jean Preiss .... construction: France
Zoe Robertson .... construction buyer (as Zoë Robertson)
Albert Roper .... chargehand painter
Russell Sargent .... carpenter
Chris Seddon .... drapes master
Richard Shackleton .... carpenter
Rolf Snellgrove .... carpenter
Glenn Start .... painter
Jeff Sullivan .... painter
Ian Tansey .... painters' laborer
Bradley Torbett .... chargehand standby propman
Jason Torbett .... standby propman
Steve Transfield .... plasterer (as Steve Tranfield)
Emma Vane .... draughtsman
Ettore Venturini .... plasterer
Clive Ward .... chargehand painter
Paul Waterman .... carpenter
Michael Webb .... stagehand
Paul Webb .... carpenter
Kenneth Welland .... painter
Keith Weston .... stagehand
Mark Weston .... trainee carpenter
Stephen Weston .... chargehand wood machinist
Kevin Wheeler .... chargehand dresser
Matt Whelan .... carpenter (as Matthew Whelan)
Derek Whorlow .... stagehand
Mark Wilkinson .... carpenter
Darrell Williams .... plasterer
Mark Williams .... plasterers' laborer (as Mark Williams)
Steve Williamson .... chargehand painter
Ashley Winter .... stand-by art director
Eddie Wolstencroft .... plasterer
David Youngs .... chargehand carpenter (as Dave Youngs)
Ian Zawadzki .... painter
Colin Ellis .... dressing props (uncredited)
Charlotte Finlay .... assistant designer (uncredited)
Carl Peters .... dressing props (uncredited)
Ian Whiteford .... greensman (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Nigel Bennett .... assistant re-recording mixer
Felicity Cottrell .... foley artist (as Felicity Cotterell)
Adam Daniel .... assistant re-recording mixer
Graham Daniel .... re-recording mixer
Gillian Dodders .... adr editor
Gillian Dodders .... dialogue editor
Glenn Freemantle .... sound supervisor
Susan French .... assistant sound editor
Michael Harris .... sound playback (as Mike Harris)
Mark Heslop .... effects editor
Brendan Nicholson .... preview re-recording mixer
Robin O'Donoghue .... re-recording mixer
Grahame Peters .... foley editor (as Graham Peters)
Tom Sayers .... assistant sound editor
Lionel Selwyn .... foley artist
Esther Smith .... sound re-recordist
Amie Stephenson .... sound assistant
David Stephenson .... production sound mixer
Richard Street .... re-recording mixer
Kevin Tayler .... foley mixer
Nick Watson .... sound consultant: Dolby
Andrew Wilkinson .... assistant sound editor (as Andy Wilkinson)
Aad Wirtz .... adr mixed at: Interact Sound
Colin Wood .... sound maintenance
Andrew Caller .... foley assistant (uncredited)
Nick Foley .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Mark Kenna .... consultant: Dolby film sound (uncredited)
Matthew McKenzie .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Ted Swanscott .... adr mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Richard Conway .... special effects supervisor
Sam Conway .... special effects technician
Mark White .... special effects technician
Nigel Wilkinson .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Andy Burrow .... digital lab: Framestore CFC (as Andy Burrows)
Adam Inglis .... digital grading colourist: Framestore CFC
Tim Keene .... visual effects producer: Framestore CFC
Roz Lowrie .... visual effects editor: Framestore CFC
Christian Manz .... visual effects compositor: Framestore CFC
Claire McGrane .... digital grading producer: Framestore CFC
Nicholas Seal .... visual effects compositor: Framestore CFC (as Nick Seal)
Asa Shoul .... digital grading colourist: Framestore CFC
Maria Stroka .... digital lab: Framestore CFC
Steve Wagendorp .... digital conform: Framestore CFC
Timothy Webber .... visual effects supervisor: Framestore CFC (as Tim Webber)
Edward Xi Chen .... data operator (uncredited)
James Clarke .... visual effects (uncredited)
Jerome Dewhurst .... digital lab operator (uncredited)
Danny Geurtsen .... digital matte painter (uncredited)
Lucinda Keeler .... data operator (uncredited)
Rebecca Manning .... data operation assistant: Framestore CFC (uncredited)
Mike Morrison .... data operator (uncredited)
Christopher Page .... digital cleanup artist (uncredited)
Kevin Phelan .... film recording producer: Lip Sync Post (uncredited)
Dave Robinson .... systems engineer (uncredited)
Dave Salter .... film cutter: Framestore CFC (uncredited)
Jeremy Sawyer .... data operator (uncredited)
Matina Skouteri .... digital lab operator (uncredited)
Paul Stamp .... data operator (uncredited)
Paola Varvaro .... digital cleanup artist (uncredited)
Tara Walker .... digital I/O (uncredited)
Stephen Willey .... systems engineer (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Tracey Caudle .... stunt double: Aurelia
Talila Craig .... stunt double: Sam
Lee Sheward .... stunt co-ordinator
Avril Soards .... stunt double: Sam
Adam Kirley .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Allard .... gaffer: France
Mik Allen .... focus puller
Bill Beenham .... h.o.d. electrical rigger (as William Beenham)
James Bloom .... focus puller: "b" camera
Mike Brewster .... additional cameraman: second unit
Richard Broome .... grip
Tom Brown .... chargehand rigging electric: Studio
Luke Coulter .... camera trainee
Chris Craig .... specialist lighting electrician
Frederick Crawford .... chargehand rigger
Gary Dormer .... electrical rigger
Stephen Dunn .... rigger
Kevin Edland .... rigging electrician
Terry Edland .... gaffer
Paul Edwards .... steadicam operator
Mike Eley .... documentary cameraman: kissing footage
Mark Evans .... electrician
Warren Evans .... electrician
Andrew Friswell .... crane grip (as Andy Friswell)
Rory Fry .... assistant video operator
Darren Gatrell .... practical electrician
Martin Goddard .... rigger
Paul Harford .... electrical rigger
Martin Hawkins .... rigger
Peter Hawkins .... h.o.d. rigger
Tony Hayes .... rigging gaffer
Scott Hiller .... electrical rigger (as Scott Hillier)
Bill Howe .... electrical rigger (as William Howe)
Martin Hume .... "b" camera operator
Lee Jones .... rigger
Mark Laidlaw .... generator operator
Wayne Leach .... best boy
Stephen Lee .... video assist
Oliver Loncraine .... clapper loader
Ronald Meeks .... supervising rigger
Kenny Monger .... rigging electrician (as Kenneth Monger)
David Morgan .... cameraman: second unit
Peter Mountain .... stills photographer
Patrick O'Flynn .... electrician
John Palmer .... "b" camera operator
Jonathan Richardson .... video footage: 'Behind the Scenes'
Jonathan Richardson .... video: Mark's Wedding
David Sinfield .... electrician
Colin Smith .... rigger
Peter Taylor .... camera operator
Karl Thomas .... electrician
David Weller .... stand-by rigger
Danny Espey .... electrician (uncredited)
Brad Larner .... focus puller: "b" camera (uncredited)
Spencer Murray .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Basil Smith .... second assistant camera: France (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Shaheen Baig .... casting: children
Jay Benedict .... adr voice casting
Stephanie Corsalini .... casting: Joanna
Samia Fadli .... extras casting director: France
Camilla-Valentine Isola .... casting: Portugal
Phoebe Scholfield .... adr voice casting
Sophie Shand .... casting assistant
Anne Barbier .... casting assistant: France (uncredited)
Chuck Douglas .... extras casting: UK (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Liza Bracey .... costume assistant (as Lisa Bracey)
Martin Chitty .... set costumer
Mark Ferguson .... costume supervisor
Charlotte Finlay .... costume assistant
Frank Gallacher .... costume assistant
Samantha Heskia .... assistant costume designer
Marlene Lawlor .... assistant costume designer
Leigh Nicol .... set costumer
Jo Roderick .... costume assistant
Charlotte Sewell .... costume assistant
Amanda Trewin .... set costume supervisor
Magda Witko .... costume department runner (as Magdalena Natalia Witko)
Silvana Sacco .... costume effects artist (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Tania Clarke .... avid assistant editor
Paul Clegg .... conforming editor
Martin Corbett .... conforming editor
Peter Dansie .... first assistant editor
Steve Harrow .... post-production consultant: Steeple Post-Production Services Ltd
Daryl Jordan .... conforming editor
Peter Lambert .... trainee: NFTS
Sam Macrory .... post-production runner
Julian May .... conforming editor
Dave Rees .... colour timer
Ben Renton .... conforming editor
Debs Richardson .... second assistant editor (as Deborah Richardson)
Christian Wheeler .... conforming editor
Paul Apted .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Valance Eisleben .... high definition editorial services (uncredited)
Kevin Phelan .... film recording producer: Lip Sync Post (uncredited)
Suzie Shearer .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Nick Angel .... music supervisor
Craig Armstrong .... musician: guitar
Craig Armstrong .... musician: piano
Craig Armstrong .... orchestrator
Craig Armstrong .... score arranger
Craig Armstrong .... score producer
Chris Barrett .... assistant engineer
Simon Chamberlain .... musician: piano
Matt Dunkley .... orchestrator
Olga FitzRoy .... assistant engineer (as Olga Fitzroy)
Emma Ford .... assistant: Craig Armstrong
Geoff Foster .... score recorded and mixed by: Air Studios london
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Alexandra Hill .... music coordinator: Working Title
Matthew Hunt .... soloist: clarinet
Jake Jackson .... assistant engineer
Kirsten Lane .... music consultant
Perry Montague Mason .... orchestra leader (as Perry Montague-Mason)
Kathy Nelson .... executive in charge of film music: for Universal Studios
Jenny O'Grady .... choir master
Jon Olive .... music editor
Jeffrey Pollack .... music consultant: US
Michael Price .... music editor
Cecilia Weston .... conductor
Gavyn Wright .... orchestra leader
Mike Deasy .... musician (uncredited)
Peter Erskine .... musician (uncredited)
Jonathan Williams .... musician: cello (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Mark Allen .... facility driver
Mike Beaven .... unit driver
John Burden .... driver: minibus
Andy Carter .... facility driver
Roy Clarke .... transport captain
George Corrigan .... driver: location vehicle
Peter Devlin .... driver: Hugh Grant
Keith Ellis .... driver: location vehicle
Mark Hatchwell .... driver: location vehicle
Simon Hudnott .... driver: Richard Curtis
Tommy Hunt .... driver: location vehicle
Tom Innes .... driver: location vehicle
Townsley Knott .... driver: location vehicle
Miklos Kozma .... unit driver
Martin Lewis .... driver: location vehicle
Mike Moran .... driver: minibus
Enyo Mortty .... driver: Duncan Kenworthy
Martin Parry .... driver: location vehicle
Terry Reece .... unit driver
Matthieu Rubin .... transport captain: France
Simon Saunders .... driver: Liam Neeson
John Smith .... unit driver
Barry Stone .... facility driver
Tony Wadsworth .... unit driver
George Yeung .... driver: location vehicle
Guy Bostock .... action vehicle coordinator (uncredited)
Ian Clarke .... vehicle technician (uncredited)
Gustav Marais .... picture vehicle technician (uncredited)
Sean Thornton .... picture vehicle technician (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Sophie Aitken .... caterer
Christina Angeloudes .... paralegal: Working Title
Patricia Barr .... unit nurse (as Pat Barr)
Clare Bennett .... assistant: Richard Curtis
James Blackwell .... health & safety officer
James Bolton .... production runner
Emmanuelle Breuil .... assistant production co-ordinator: France
Mitchell Brown .... caterer
James Chasey .... utility stand-in
Sarah Clark .... unit publicist
Olivier Coquillon .... assistant location manager: France
Laurence Coutaud-Garnier .... production co-ordinator: France
Manuela Cripps .... assistant: Liam Neeson
David Donaldson .... additional programmer
David Donaldson .... engineer: North Studio
Arnaud Duterque .... location manager: France
Lucy Foulds .... location assistant
Simon Fraser .... production co-ordinator
Emma Freud .... script editor
Shefali Ghosh .... chief financial officer: Working Title
Lucie Graves .... assistant co-ordinator: Working Title
Una Hill .... assistant production co-ordinator
Matthew Hogden .... tutor (as Matthew J. Hodgen)
Jonathan Hook .... location unit manager
Charles Howes .... tutor
Gerard Hubert .... assistant location manager: France
Aliza James .... assistant: Eric Fellner, Working Title
Joseph Jayawardena .... location unit manager
Carrie Johnson .... construction nurse
Vince Jordan .... caterer
Oliver Kersey .... floor runner
Bryn Lawrence .... floor runner
Isabelle Lippitsch .... accountant: France
Jonathan Lunn .... choreographer
Ann Lynch .... executive co-ordinator: Working Title
Sheila Marshall .... continuity trainee: FT2
Eth Ibrahim Maynard .... clearance co-ordinator (as Eth Ibrahim-Flint)
Sarah McDougall .... assistant: Richard Curtis
Gráinne Mckenna .... senior legal & business affairs executive: Working Title (as Gráinne McKenna)
Callum Metcalfe .... assistant: Tim Bevan, Working Title
Lew Morgan .... security
Angela Morrison .... chief operating officer: Working Title
Patricia Mary Murphy .... legal services
Ruth Nicol .... construction nurse
Clive Noakes .... laboratory contact
Chris Norman .... production guild assistant trainee accountant
Tricia O'Connor .... caterer
Jae-sung Oh .... floor runner (as Jae Sung-Oh)
David Piechaczek .... assistant location manager: France (as David Piechaszeck)
Penny Powell .... first assistant accountant
Clive Putman .... caterer
Sue Quinn .... location manager
James Richardson .... assistant accountant
Albert G. Ruben .... insurance: AON
Antoine Sabarros .... production service company: France, Bay Vista Production Services
Nicolas Sabarros .... craft service: France
Adam Samuelson .... louma crane technician
Stephane Santinelli .... craft service: France
Georgie Sayer .... utility stand-in
Sheeraz Shah .... head of legal and business affairs: Working Title
Jennifer Simonnet .... office runner: France
Albert Smith .... facilities supervisor
Christine Somerville .... legal services
Michele Tandy .... financial controller
Aurelia Thomas .... assistant location manager
Fran Triefus .... assistant accountant
Adam Tudhope .... assistant: Duncan Kenworthy
Lisa Vick .... script supervisor
Lucy Wainwright .... legal & business affairs executive: Working Title Films
Sara Woodhatch .... assistant: Hugh Grant
Sarah Jane Wright .... production executive: Working Title (as Sarah-Jane Wright)
Philip Ball .... stand-in (uncredited)
Kellie Belle .... product placement (uncredited)
Kellie Belle .... rights clearances (uncredited)
Nic Benns .... title designer (uncredited)
Hannah Ireland .... office assistant (uncredited)
Cian O'Clery .... set runner (uncredited)
Ashton Radcliffe .... additional location manager (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Marie-Ange Bujoli .... with thanks to: L'Aéroport C.C.I. Marseille-Provence (as Madame Marie-Ange Bujoli)
Monsieur Caravalho .... with thanks to: La Ville de Marseille
Danièle Coppex .... with thanks to: Le Bar de la Marine (as Madame Danièle Coppex)
Gérard Deutscher .... with thanks to: L'Aéroport C.C.I. Marseille-Provence (as Commissaire Gérard Deutscher)
Pierre Nizzoli .... with thanks to: Le Bar de la Marine
 
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MPAA:
Rated R for sexuality, nudity and language
Runtime:
135 min | Canada:129 min (Toronto International Film Festival) | South Korea:129 min (Asian Edition)
Country:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
DTS (as dts) | Dolby Digital | SDDS
Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:14 | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) (Canadian Home Video rating) | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Finland:K-11 | France:U | Germany:6 (bw) | Hong Kong:III (DVD rating) | Hong Kong:IIA (original rating) | Iceland:L | Ireland:15 | Italy:T | Japan:PG-12 | Malaysia:18SX | Netherlands:AL | New Zealand:M | Norway:11 | Peru:14 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:R(A) | Singapore:PG (video rating) (cut) | Singapore:M18 (video rating) (re-rating) | South Korea:15 (Asian edition) (DVD rating) | South Korea:18 (2013) | Spain:T | Sweden:7 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #40173)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The word "actually" is spoken twenty-two times by various characters in the film.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: The major airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is named General Mitchell International, not Milwaukee International.See more »
Quotes:
[the Prime Minister is knocking on doors to find Natalie]
Harris Street old lady:Aren't you the Prime Minister?
Prime Minister:Yes, in fact, I am. Merry Christmas.
Harris Street old lady:Oh...!
Prime Minister:Part of the service, now. Trying to get round to everyone by New Year's Eve.
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Movie Connections:
Featured in Greatest Ever Christmas Movies (2013) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
Puppy LoveSee more »

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A film for those who can cope with more than just one story line., 25 October 2004
Author: Claire Rosemary Jane from Somerset, England.

This was a most intriguing film. There are of course other reviews of it here, but the one common theme that seems to exist in all reviews is the simple fact that you can never please all the people all of the time.

For myself I loved the film and the way that all the stories were intertwined. You could spend ages just trying to work out where the various connections between the story lines actually were.

But there were two very special moments for me in this film. One was where Mark (Andrew Lincoln) finally told Juliet(Keira Knightley ) how he REALLY felt about her, through the medium of the messages on the cards, (surely many of us have experienced that sort of unrequited love), the other was the brilliant brief speech given by the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) to the press conference at which the American President was present. (Both of these appear as quotes elsewhere on this site.) I felt that it was a very brave move on the part of the writer (Richard Curtis) to allow the Prime Minister in the film to state what so many ordinary British people are feeling about America and its politics right now.

I also feel that we, the British, are finally beginning to move away from under the Hollywood shadow, and are starting once again to produce some really excellent films of our own. And for me, this film just underlines this fact. May this trend continue.

Claire Rosemary Jane.

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