William Thacker (Hugh Grant) is a London bookstore owner whose humdrum existence is thrown into romantic turmoil when famous American actress Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) appears in his shop. A chance encounter over spilled orange juice leads to a kiss that blossoms into a full-blown affair. As the average bloke and glamorous movie star draw closer and closer together, they struggle to reconcile their radically different lifestyles in the name of love.
Brixton appears to be Almost Normal . There is a steady stream of people weaving their way in and out of shops, Most of which are Open . The tangy smell of raw sea fruits, fish dealer mixed with That of over-ripe bananas on the fruit-stands. And Whitney Houston songs blaring out from somewhere, give the Sunny scene an extra zing of flavor and energy. So Far , So Brixton. But the many boarded-up businesses down the streets of this vibrant south London neighbourhood, a telltale sign of the effect of the Lockdown on the trade.
As a General Manager for the markets of Brixton Village , Diana Nabagereka in The Hustle and bustle and with a smile on your face. "For The First Two Weeks of the lockout, it was like in Brixton was in a coma," She says, to accept That people, at least initially, At Home . "But then God Made The Sun to Shine and everything Changed . "
She says during the warm weather at the beginning of April, you came down from your office in The Market to find someone, a sound had brought to entertain our system the masses on the Electric Avenue - it was "like Notting Hill Carnival ".have Only managed five of the 60 restaurants in The Market , to remain Open for takeaways to fight during Lockdown Mark Thomas is financially get fined
Diana said But it said no to people who asked him a Lockdown -hair cut, for fear of his barbershop could, the clients came to the part, because the fresh food had been shops will be able to remain Open , as a major company. Even so, They have struggled to cope, while the 2m-social distancing-a rule was in place - so She is glad to hear the PM's confirmation That the 4. To remain In July , Only five of the 60 restaurants have been in The Market will be able to Open by Lockdown for a take-away service, so Diana, The Change is crucial, says.
She adds That while the one-Meter rule "is not always a perfect situation" for The Market in the narrow aisles, it is convenient That you have it is safe and is impressed by the Creative Ideas , so That it is financially feasible when the restaurants Open .
For example, if the butcher closes, in addition to Honest Burger for The Day to 6 o'clock in the evening, Honest Burgers to customers sitting outside. By sharing the space in this way, there is space for hundreds of additional customers via The Market .Honest Burger put seats outside the neighboring butcher, the social distancing rules make it impossible for the customer to go inside to sit
But Some People are not so excited About The Return of pubs, restaurants, In an African fabric shop, hidden under The Railway , the owner of Rezia, says he is convinced That business will remain slow for him. It doesn't matter That more people-and money - you are not to buy fabric, he says, on the way home from the pub.
On Brixton Road, Rezia is a colorful unit, Barber-Thomas is also discouraged. Shaving his beard in the interior of The Tiny barbershop, he works, he says, The Next couple of weeks spent putting signage up, and try visors, the source and gloves, so That you can safely Open In July .
Mark, you are the Only income is from universal credit, as he could not afford to take a loan is to help small businesses like his by Lockdown : "I would like to pay Back any money I won't be able to. "So, while the 4. July announcement can Only be Good News for the company, the said brand: "I would be happier if They could Open it Tomorrow . "shop owner Rezia is not optimistic That the economy will improve for him if other places Open
Just down the street from The Barbershop , staff at The Duke of Edinburgh pub are much more optimistic. For the last Two Weeks , General Manager Fiona Keane and her team work in the beer garden on the puzzles, How To Open them, either the 2m or 1m, the social distance rules. "Now, we have The Information , we can simply run on the ground," She says.
you have to wear PPE kit for personnel and security, signage, and hand sanitizer pods are to the fence of the beer garden, and everyone is "really excited" About the welcome Back customer, Fiona. Customers, it seems, are similar to sharp - the pub's booking website crashed minutes after Boris Johnson the announcement.General Manager , Fiona Keane, says The Duke of Edinburgh pub, "a lot to think About " - But "we will be ready" to Open at 4. July
While the pubs are itching to throw Open their doors, there are also other doors in the neighborhood, which remain consistently closed. There is no date in sight, for example, for the re-opening of the O2 Academy - where David Bowie , Kylie Minogue , Diana Ross , all have been known to have The Stage - or for Brixton, a popular club Back graced-nights.
"Brixton is a night-time economy. Our best side at night," says Michael Smith , the Director represents More Than 500 companies. "Although you can see time, The Day -to-economy moves, it is the night-time economy, there are a lot of concerns for. "He adds That The O2 is directed to a full house of money from the gigs, which is impossible to come to the social distancing measures to an end. "Vaccination is the Only thing That is going to have to allow them. "Director of Brixton BID, Michael Smith , for the Nightclubs, and music venues, this will not be again on 4. July
Without the night, buzz, Brixton fight, to bounce Back , says Michael. While restaurants and pubs will make a return, he thinks That the one-Meter rule is not good enough, the "Back To The Level of liveliness" That it is so unique.
He believes That people in Brixton ' s ability to innovate, though, and is looking forward to the creative things, the event will be able to do places, to increase the Capacity of, as possible plans for further courses, and pedestrian zones. So, Michael says he does not feel negatively About the Prime Minister 's plans to ease the Lockdown , however, That a sense of anticipation remains to be overcome About how exactly this corner of London.The popular Prince of Wales, the venue is planning a number of social-distanced events, But no big club nights