Notting Hill (1999)

Brownie Contest

Anna (Julia Roberts) takes a shot at convincing everyone she’s got the toughest life.

Directed by Roger Michell.

Released in 1999 by Universal.

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  • actor: Emma Chambers
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  • director: Roger Michell
  • producer: Eric Fellner
  • producer: Richard Curtis
  • producer: Mary Richards
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  • year: 1999
  • studio: Universal