The Girl in the Café (The Girl in the Cafe) (2005)
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Produced for HBO, the Capraesque romantic comedy The Girl in the Café stars Bill Nighy as Lawrence, a mild and unprepossessing British civil servant assigned to his country's delegation at the G8 Summit in Reykjavik, Iceland. Although he'd resigned himself to a life of lonely bachelorhood, Lawrence finds himself drawn to Gina (Kelly MacDonald), a odd, outspoken young woman whom he has met in a café. On a whim, the shy Lawrence invites the decidedly un-shy Gina to accompany him to Reykjavik. The
Sep 6, 2005
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Audience Reviews for The Girl in the Café (The Girl in the Cafe)
- Lawrence: I juh-I just wondered if you might like to come. To Reykjavik.
- Gina: Reykjavik?
- Lawrence: Yeah, I'm-I'm moderately senior and we're allowed to bring wi-ives...and um, such like.
- Lawrence: Isn't it wonderful the way there are absolutely no cabs in London at all nowadays? Perfect for dithering.
- Lawrence: Perhaps it's a place about which everyone knows only one fact.
- Lawrence: This is no place for coconutophobes.
- Lawrence: [Calling Gina] Oh, hello. Ah- It-It-It-It's me, Lawrence. We, uh- [Gina speaking, unheard] Well, of-of course you remember. It-It was only... six hours ago. Yes, quite. You'd have had to have some sort of aneurysm or something to forget.
- Gina: Was the pea soup disgusting?
- Lawrence: Inedible. I think there were at least two types of pea in there- one, the kind you don't usually put in food.
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