Richard Curtis’ 2003 movie “Love Actually” is much parodied for its cheesy gimmicks and accelerated marriage proposals. But it’s still a Christmas favorite.
Screenwriter Oliver Butcher makes a case for why “Love Actually” is a deft work of screenwriting and direction — and how it’s “just what cinema is all about.”
(Originally aired December 22, 2016)
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