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Notting Hill
Can the most famous film star in the world fall for the man on the street?

The British comedy from director Roger Michell tells the love story between a famous actress and a simple book seller from London. A look into the attempt for famous people to have a personal and private life and the ramifications that follow. Nominated for three Golden Globes in 2000.


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Julia Roberts as Anna Scott
Hugh Grant as William Thacker
Gina McKee as Bella
Tim McInnerny as Max
Rhys Ifans as Spike
Emma Chambers as Honey
Hugh Bonneville as Bernie
Richard McCabe as Tony
James Dreyfus as Martin
Dylan Moran as Rufus the Thief
Roger Frost as Annoying Customer
Henry Goodman as Ritz Concierge
Julian Rhind-Tutt as 'Time Out' Journalist
Lorelei King as Anna's Publicist
Alec Baldwin as Jeff King
John Shrapnel as PR Chief
Emily Mortimer as Perfect Girl
Dorian Lough as Loud Man in Restaurant
Sanjeev Bhaskar as Loud Man in Restaurant
Paul Chahidi as Loud Man in Restaurant
Mischa Barton as 12-year-old Actress
Clarke Peters as 'Helix' Lead Actor
Ann Beach as William's Mother
Samuel West as Anna's Co-star
Tony Armatrading as Security man
Simon Callow as Himself in Film within Film (uncredited)
Rupert Procter as Journalist
Roger Michell Director
Richard Curtis Screenplay
Duncan Kenworthy Producer
Trevor Jones Original Music Composer
Michael Coulter Director of Photography
Nick Moore Editor
Mary Selway Casting
Shuna Harwood Costume Design
Dave Crownshaw Special Effects
Nick Gillard Stunts
Stuart Craig Production Design