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Every year,” Love Really” quickly becomes a holiday beloved on people’s television monitors as the weather gets colder and Christmas approaches.
However, almost 20 years after the 2003 romantic comedy‘s release, the film has come under fire for its convoluted plot and lack of variety.
” There were things you’d alter, but world is changing, thank God.” Richard Curtis, the film’s writer and director, stated earlier this week that” my picture is bound to think, you know, out of date” at times.
He was speaking to Diane Sawyer as part of the” The Laughter & amp, Secrets of Love Actually: 20 Years Later” documentary on ABC News.
In” Love Actually ,” there are overlapping plot lines that follow several romantic relationships. The majority of the leading solid, however, is White, and all the relationships portrayed are homosexual.
Curtis responded,” The lack of diversity makes me feel uneasy and a bit stupid ,” when asked about any events that may produce him” grimace.” ” I believe there are three narratives with managers and employees ,” he continued.
Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Martine McCutcheon, Rowan Atkinson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster are among the notable actors who appear in the film at various points.
Nearly 20 years later,” Love Basically” is still well-liked and a mainstay of the holiday season.
In the ABC News video, Nighy remarked that it is” incredible how it has entered the speech.”
I’ve had people approach me and say things like,” It got me through my chemotherapy ,'” or’ I watched it whenever I was by myself. And people do, as well as having” Love Truly” celebrations.
When asked if she knew why” Love Actually” had continued to be well-liked, Thompson said,” I so do.”
” Because I believe that we repeatedly forget that love is all that matters.
Another well-known loving comedies by Curtis include” Four Weddings and a Funeral ,”” Notting Hill ,” and” Bridget Jones’ Diary.”
When” Four Weddings and a Funeral” was released in 1994, it prominently depicted the same-sex connection between Gareth, portrayed by Simon Callow, and Matthew, played by John Hannah.
It almost defies belief, but in the month following the release of the movie, I received a number of characters from ostensibly smart, express members of society saying that they had never realized, until seeing the movie, that gay people had emotions like ordinary citizens. Callow wrote in The Guardian 14 years later.