Love Actually Deleted Scene – How is Today? (2003) – Keira Knightley Movie HD

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Love Actually Deleted Scene – How is Today? (2003) – Keira Knightley Movie HD

Follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely and interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England.


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36 Replies to “Love Actually Deleted Scene – How is Today? (2003) – Keira Knightley Movie HD”

  1. damn i kinda hate this movie now, they cut out a movie of depth to settle for pure cheese, what two great female characters, brilliant

  2. Not sure if it’s because I am a lesbian but it would have meant the absolute world to me to see this in the movie. We don’t have enough representation as it is and this short clip on YouTube made me cry.

  3. The porno couple should have been cut and these two kept in. Love Actually would be the perfect movie to have on while I’m decorating or baking cookies with my young daughter, but I can’t play it because if those stupid scenes that add absolutely nothing to the story, IMO.

  4. so my understanding is that porn is much more acceptable in society than a beautiful loving relationship between two intelligent women? I read somewhere that these scenes were included in the first version of the movie that was shown to an audience of judges before it's release and they deemed this relationship would alienate viewers, so they cut it.

  5. How would this have fitted into a comedy film? It was bad enough having Liam Neeson's character's wife die, but to include this would have brought the down tone even further.

  6. THIS OLD CUNT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. I am in tears. They should have kept it. They should have taken out Colin and his America scenes. Those were awful. I fast forward them.

  8. It sucks that this was the only story with gay characters and she ends up dying. I still think they should have made Peter in love with Mark instead of Juliet. It would have made sense

  9. I just hate the word '"fart!" Does anyone else feel this way? I find it so vulgar. I lose all respect for someone when they use that word. It's strange how we are taught to give such weight to some words. This was my upbringing/ education. I had very posh grandmothers.

  10. They deleted this storyline, but kept a pointless storyline that looked like it was taken from a cheesy porno. Think about that for a second.

  11. Thank god that they allow deleted scenes to be shown now, makes it that much better and almost makes up for the fac that they've been deleted. It does make me feel a little better though when the directors says that it was a difficult choice.

  12. I think I know why they deleted this grounded beautiful little scene: the whole movie is either too cheesy, if not campy, on the whole, the inclusion of this actually-good little scene would have made it really 'awkward' for the whole package; as in, we wouldn't put a single good Apple in a basket full of rotten ones; a single lamb is not safe amongst a pack of wolves, if ye will.
    In addition, maybe they just wanted to play it safe and be 'politically correct', for the actual politics never doth like'th to protect the minorities and those who don't conform to pre-conceived notions of what they consider 'normal', but in their 'righteous might' to oppress and persecute them! Even after all these centuries, they still hate the blacks that they gun atleast one or two down per 3/4 months, so that the so-called 'news-media' can still have some sensational-sensation left to so egregiously feed on! 😀 oh, well; 'tis just the world we live in – be wrongfully abnormal and corrupt to be considered normal, right?! :-B how bloody 'proud' we ought to be, ey?! A great planet for all of them sell-outs, says i!

  13. Man this already my favourite Christmas movie and we watch this every year, my whole family, even though we love different states. This could have helped my parents and sister see and feel that lesbians love too

  14. Such a lovely scene that never should have been cut from the movie instead we had to endure those embarrassing scenes of desperate Colin trying to score American women.

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