Notting Hill


Notting Hill

Overview:

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.

Votes 1238 (7/10)

Runtime: 124 minutes

Release Date 1999-05-13

Budget: $42,000,000.00

Revenue: $363,889,678.00

Website: Link

Tagline: Can the most famous film star in the world fall for the man on the street?

Production company:

  • Bookshop Productions
  • Notting Hill Pictures
  • Working Title Films
  • Polygram Filmed Entertainment

Production country:

  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Romance
  • Comedy
  • Drama

Trailer

Further Information

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