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Actor Richard Curtis says parts of 'Love Actually' made him feel 'a bit stupid'
The festive film was originally released in November 2003, starring Hugh Grant and Dame Emma Thompson, and was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards.
Richard Curtis says there are parts of his Christmas classic Love Actually that make him feel "a bit silly", including the film's lack of diversity.
Asked if there was any part of the film that "made you cringe ", Curtis said: "The lack of diversity makes me feel uncomfortable and a bit silly".
He added: "There are things you would change, but thank God society is changing. My film is bound to feel dated at some points."
Released in 2003, 'Love Actually' had an overwhelmingly white cast and only heterosexual relationships. Despite a mixed critical response, the film was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards and Bill Nighy won a Bafta for his role as Billy Mack, a rock 'n' roll legend competing for the number one Christmas.
In the special, titled 'The Laugher & Secrets of Love Actually: 20 Years Later', which aired on ABC on Wednesday, cast members also shared their memories and feelings about the film. For a special program to celebrate 20 years since the film's release, the cast sat down with ABC New anchor Diane Sawyer.