ELLE's favourite Keira Knightley films

The Keira films we love

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In celebration of our 7 x cover star, we round up her films we've loved so far.

2001: The Hole. Four teenagers explore an old war bunker to avoid a school trip to Wales. When it goes wrong, who will survive? A dark, teen indie featuring an 16-year-old Keira.

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2002: Bend It Like Beckham. Keira’s breakthrough role – in the British comedy about football and the power of friendship.

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2003: Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl. Keira rules as the spirited and intelligent Elizabeth Swann.

2003: Love Actually. It’s mandatory to watch this film every Christmas. If we don't, we fear one of Santa's elves might die. Keira's dreamy on-screen wedding to Chiwetel Ejiofor is always a highlight.

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2005: Pride & Prejudice. Keira’s portrayal of the impertinent Elizabeth Bennet earned her both Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. High five, KK.

2007: Atonement. Keira in that green dress. All together now: ‘Wow’.

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2008: The Duchess. A classic period drama with Keira at the helm as the Duchess of Devonshire.

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2010: Never Let Me Go. Keira’s ultimately dislikeable character is embroiled in a love triangle with Andrew Garfield and Carey Mulligan.

2010: Last Night. A resonating film that addresses monogamy and faithfulness between one married couple.

2012: Anna Karenina. Keira talkes centre stage as the protagonist in this epic love story.

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