At the age of 21, Tim is told an incredible family secret by his father: all the men in his family have the ability to relive their past. He can revisit any moment in his life to try things differently until he gets them perfectly right. He decides to use his special new gift to win the heart of the beautiful Mary, but finds that the course of true love can be hilariously difficult - even with the ability to try, try and try again.
Love Actually explores the ups and downs of relationships in the weeks building up to Christmas. Boyfriends & girlfriends, husbands & wives, fathers & sons and rock stars & managers all combine to make Love Actually not just one story but ten very different ones. Because if you look hard enough you will find love actually is all around.
William Thacker (Hugh Grant) is the owner of a bookshop in the heart of Notting Hill in London. One day, by a one-in-a-million chance, the world's most famous actress, Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), comes into his shop. He watches in amazement as she leaves and he thinks he'll never see her again. But fate intervenes - and minutes later William collides with Anna on Portobello Road. So begins a tale of romance and adventure in London W11. With a little help from his chaotic flatmate Spike (Rhys Ifans) and his old friends, Max and Bella (Tim McInnerny and Gina McKee), William seeks the face he can't forget...
About Time: None.
Love Actually: Deleted scenes with introductions by Richard Curtis; the music of Love Actually with introductions by Richard Curtis; feature commentary with Richard Curtis and actors Hugh Grant, Bill Nighy and Thomas Sangster; Billy Mack "Christmas is all Around" music video; The Storytellers.
Notting Hill: theatrical trailer; A Travel Guide To Notting Hill; cast and filmmakers' biographies; production notes.
First released: Monday 29th September 2014
- Distributor: Universal Pictures
- Region: B
- Discs: 3
- Catalogue: 8301530
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