Love Actually

Love Actually
Love Actually

Year

2003

Duration

129 minutes

Genres

Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

You get nine stories for the price of one in this very entertaining romantic comedy set in the run-up to Christmas. Many of the different plot strands are ingeniously interwoven and among the highlights on offer is the tale of bachelor prime minister falling for his pretty tea lady, and a sweet story about a recently bereaved young boy's first crush on a girl at school. So long as you have a bit of heart and a tolerance for schmaltz, this is a nicely written, funny, sad film with a host of recognisable faces and showing off the city of London at its most enchanting.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language and moderate sex scenes.

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