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Can the most famous film star in the world fall for the man in the street?
|Julia roberts is the world's most famous movie star. Hugh grant owns a charming little bookstore tucked away in the eclectic neighborhood called notting hill. Then one day, their paths cross. It isn't love at first sight, but it is definitely something. Can two people fall in love with the world watching?|
"...the dialogue has wit and intelligence... Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
Editor's NoteJulia Roberts and Hugh Grant forge memorable chemistry in this charmer about two very different people--William, an unassuming bookstore owner in London's Notting Hill section, and Anna, a Hollywood actress--who, against the odds, fall in love. After Anna wanders into William's shop while filming on location in London, the two share an instant attraction and find themselves attempting to forge a normal relationship despite Anna's megawatt star power. Screenwriter Richard Curtis (FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL) has crafted a traditional romantic comedy that is surprisingly frank in its depiction of the lives of the rich and famous and the price they pay for success.
Cast & Crew
|Richard Curtis - Writer/executive producer|
|Michael Coulter - Cinematographer|
|Roger Michell - Director|
|Eric Fellner - Executive producer|
|Tim Bevan - Executive producer|
|Trevor Jones - Musical Score|
|Duncan Kenworthy - Producer|
|Richard Curtis - Writer|
British Academy Awards (2000)
|Duncan Kenworhty, Roger Michell, Nominee, Best British Film|
|Rhys Ifans, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role|
Golden Globe (2000)
|Hugh Grant, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture-Comedy/Musical|
|Julia Roberts, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture-Comedy/Musical|