"People feel sorry for me, but they shouldn’t. I really believe I got the best kiss in that movie, hands down... We were both very broken-hearted when we made that movie. He had just been dumped, I had just been dumped. I remember the day we had to film, we were both slumping to the scene. He was like, ‘Laura, my heart is broken,’ I was like, ‘So is mine.’ I turned to him and said, ‘Well, all day long we get to make each other feel better.’"
I don't know who these people are that're feeling "sorry" for Laura Linney -- I guess because her character has to bail mid-way through Love Actually's make-out session with Brazilian dream-boat Rodrigo Santoro -- but I'm glad she sets them straight (watch the video here) because clearly Laura Linney has lived enough life for all of us and her lips should be torn from her body and gilded and put on display in a museum. Okay that's a bit much, but you get my point.