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The title pretty much describes all the action in this 4-minute short film. Renée Zellweger plays her character of Bridget Jones and Colin Firth plays Colin Firth. A couple films are referenced that you will find in their filmographies and basically the film relies on Bridget creating one awkward situation in this interview after the other. Zellweger was probably at the peak of her popularity at this point, just won an Oscar and was one of America's biggest sweetheart characters because of her goofy and likable characters. I myself must say that I have not seen Bridget Jones or Zellweger in a lot. But those film that I have seen with her left me unimpressed. Can't say she delivers for me in terms of range or looks. Apart from that, she looks completely different today than she did 10 years ago in this little spoof interview. I did not find it funny, but if you enjoy the "Bridget Jones" films, you may like it more than I did. Not recommended.
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