She dished about everything – and it's the gift that keeps on giving

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Since its 2003 release, Love Actually has become as much of a holiday season staple as gingerbread houses, Christmas trees and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

But the film’s director, Richard Curtis, hasn’t watched the film since its premiere over a decade ago. While in New York this past week, however, he decided to take in a second viewing alongside, Emma Freud, his partner and his co-writer on the movie, and the rest of his (Love Actually extras!) family.

And, luckily for the rest of us, Freud decided to live-tweet their viewing. //

This is as good of an excuse as any to rewatch Love Actually again, right? And by “rewatch,” we mean repeatedly view on loop for 24 hours. As one does.