20-year-old Nina (Faye Marsay) moves from the Midlands to North London in the 1980s to care for Joe and Max, the two young sons of a working single mother, George (Helena Bonham Carter), the editor of a prestigious literary journal. Playful, sharply funny and fiercely bright, Nina is thrown into a world of sophisticated bohemianism, with only her no-nonsense attitude to guide her. She is unabashed but unqualified, having dropped out of school. Relying on her warmth and self-taught intelligence Nina manages to improvise, with the many intellectuals that pass through the house. With George’s encouragement, and the attentions of a good-looking boy across the street, Nina’s eyes are gradually opened to a future of expanded opportunities… or at the very least sixth form college.
Brought to the screen by SJ Clarkson (Jessica Jones), Nick Hornby’s (About a Boy) fictionalized adaptation of Nina Stibbe’s award-winning book ‘Love, Nina’ is a sparkling, life affirming drama celebrating family and friendship in all its chaotic glory.
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