R | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A British woman is determined to improve herself while she looks for love in a year in which she keeps a personal diary.
No, Pam. Besides, the gravy needs sieving.
Mark Darcy: Surely not, just stir it Una.
When they are in the lake, and Daniel is about to fall down, the overtaking gets close to Bridget and she is combed, when you go away his uncombed hair is seen, you approach and again he right now is combed with the totally straight hair.
During the end credits, we see footage of a home movie taken during a birthday party, which also happens to be the birthday party that both Bridget and Mark are at that is referred to several times during the movie.
The postscript footage that plays during the first half of the end credits is completely different in the UK and the US. As Robbie Williams sings "Have You Met Miss Jones?", the UK version has the credits run on black on the right half of the screen, while the left half shows comic interviews with various characters from the film about the new relationship between Bridget and Mark, as well as production stills from the film. In the US version, this is entirely replaced with a home movie of Mark Darcy's 8th birthday party, with the young Bridget running naked through his pool, as described earlier in the film. Each country's DVD includes the other country's ending as a deleted scene.
£5,720,292 (UK) (15 April 2001)
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