Which movie of Alans was based in the town of Keighley?
Alan Rickman’s Movies Blow Dry. Keighley (pronounced Keith-Leigh) is an actual town and civil parish in the county of West Yorkshire, England, northwest of Bradford, on the meeting point of the River Aire and the River Worth. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. “The Winter Guest” (1997) was filmed in Scotland, “Truly Madly Deeply” (1991) in London and “Snowcake” (2005) in Canada. In “Blow Dry” (2001), Alan plays a hair stylist who joins his former wife and son in taking part in hairdressing contest. In the movie, “Love Actually”, how was Alan Rickman’s character related to Hugh Grant’s character?Alan Rickman’s Movies brother-in-law. Prior to “Love Actually” (2003), Alan and Hugh had co-starred together in two other movies: “Sense and Sensibility” (1995) and “An Awfully Big Adventure” (1995). In “Love Actually”, Emma Thompson played the wife of Alan Rickman’s character and also the sister of Hugh Grant’s character. The movie is about the love lives of 8 different couples, set in t