It has been more than a decade since Love Actually hit the screens, fast becoming one of the country's best-loved feel-good festive films.
And script writer Emma Freud has now answered some of the outstanding questions - did Karen and Harry make a go of it? Did he ever sleep with his secretary? And how did Martin Freeman keep his nethers warm on set?
Freud, who is dating the film's director Richard Curtis, attended a midnight screening in New York with her family - the first time Curtis had seen the movie in a theatre since its premiere - and live-tweeted the whole thing.
It was the first project they ever did together, she said, as she learned the "script editing ropes".
Here's what she revealed:
On Karen and Harry's ending
Emma Thompson's character weeping in her bedroom broke viewers' hearts as she learned a beautiful necklace bought by husband Harry, played by Alan Rickman, was not actually for her.
We last see them sharing an awkward kiss at the airport - but what happened next?
On her favourite of the love stories
Bill Nighy's bromance with his producer won it, she said.
Excitedly, she informed her Twitter followers that she had been the one to choreograph the beautiful, romantic smooch between Colin Firth and Lucia Moniz.
The film is awash with family, friends, and friends of family, as they apparently kept casting close to home.
Martin Freeman's character spent very little time in his clothes for this film. But fear not - it seems he had a little sock to keep him warm.
On turtle necks
Oh, so many turtle necks.
On Rowan the Angel
One of the deleted storylines could have prevented Karen and Harry's unhappy-ever-after, it seems, as Rowan's department store clerk was originally written as a guardian angel.