Mark Darcy: Hello?
Bridget Jones: It's me. Just wondered how you are.
Mark Darcy: I'm fine thanks. Everything alright with you?
Bridget Jones: Fine, though, er, I've just had a rather graphic shag flashback. You do have a genuinely gorgeous bottom.
Mark Darcy: Right, well, thank you. I'm actually with the Mexican Ambassador just at the moment and the Head of Amnesty International and the Under Secretary for Trade and Industry and you're on speakerphone.
Bridget Jones: Oh, right.
After Mark Darcy and Bridget have broken up, Bridget comes home to her flat and we see her looking across London, and the camera pans across to show Mark walking the streets. However, rather than wearing the clothes we just saw him in - suit and white open collared shirt - he is now wearing a blue shirt and tie. See more...
In the film, when Bridget has broken up from Darcy, she is telling someone that she wishes he would turn up at her door, preferably dressed in a wet white shirt. This is a reference to when Colin Firth played Mr. Darcy in "Pride and Prejudice" (1995), and the shot of him emerging from a swim wearing a flappy wet white shirt made him a massive sex icon to women in their mid-thirties. See more...
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|Title||Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason|
|Original entry||When Bridget lands in the pigsty, the crew members are outside the sty, around three metres from her. Yet when we see the repeated shot of her buttocks in the studio, it is filmed as if she had landed on the camera or very close to it, and at an angle that would preclude it being a close zoom.|