Love Actually

Richard Curtis was previously criticised for the lack of same-sex relationships and racial diversity in his films.
The man behind Love Actually is putting on a festive stage show.
Including Grammy recipients, chart-topping singers, award-winning actors... and Jedward.
Comments about Martine's character have been held up in recent years as one of the film's more problematic aspects.
Including the secret that was kept from Martine McCutcheon and which scene creator Richard Curtis would change now.
The actor, who played heartbroken Karen in the 2003 festive classic, has revealed she doesn’t have the best memories of making the film.
"Poor Alan was there all the time, going, ‘Grr, ugh.’”
The Oscar-nominated actor described the sequence as a "contractual guillotine".