In a TV special marking the festive romcom’s 20th anniversary the director says ‘some moments … feel out of date’

Richard Curtis has said that the lack of diversity in his 2003 festive romcom Love Actually now makes him feel “a bit stupid”.

Speaking to Diane Sawyer for an ABC special ahead of the film’s 20th anniversary, Curtis was asked if any parts of the ensemble comedy made him wince.

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