HBO's got this film, The Girl in the Café. It's on OnDemand. It's Bill Nighy as a romantic lead with Kelly MacDonald and the G8 Conference in Reykjavik, in a film written by Richard Curtis and directed by David Yates (who'll be doing Harry Potter next).
It's lovely. It's a British Lost in Translation with an Scottish accent. It's funny. It's...well, I started to like him a little as Slartibartfast, but this is the movie that made me really like Bill Nighy.
And it's got lines like this: George's Wife: "Ah, three hours next to the dullest man in Canada... and that's a pretty competitive category. " How can you not love a thing like that?