The fame thing isn't really real, you
know. Don't forget -- I'm also just a
girl. Standing in front of a boy.
Asking him to love her.
Pause. She kisses him on the cheek.
Then turns and leaves. Leaving him.
This is not the end of the story, but the biggest turning point in movie,
It was sort of sweet actually -- I mean,
I know she's an actress and all that, so
she can deliver a line -- but she said
that she might be as famous as can be --
but also... that she was just a girl,
standing in front of a boy, asking him
to love her.
They take in the line. It totally reverses their attitudes.
Oh sod a dog. I've made the wrong
decision, haven't I?
later at the press conference:
Thanks. I just wondered if Mr. Thacker
realized he'd been a daft prick and got
down on his knees and begged you to
reconsider, whether you would...
Yes, I'm pretty sure I would.
Yes -- Anna -- how long are you
intending to stay here in Britain?
Pause. Anna looks up at William. He nods.
sadly the turning point did not happen in real life;
and the script ended in where he thought it would end.
changes makes dynamics; dynamics makes drama.
Notting Hill would not be the same if Hugh Grant did not
make the crucial change.
Last line remains: