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Love, Nina (BBC-1 2016, Faye Marsay, Helena Bonham Carter)



Twenty years old and from Leicester, Nina (Faye Marsay) moves to North London in 1982, to care for the two young boys of a working single mother, George (Helena Bonham Carter), the editor of a London literary review

In the opening episode Nina (Faye Marsay) is interviewed by George (Helena Bonham Carter) and meets Max (Harry Webster) and Joe (Ethan Rouse) for the first time at Gloucester Crescent.

Love, Nina is Oscar-nominated screenwriter and acclaimed novelist Nick Hornby’s first drama for television.

production details
UK | BBC One | 5×28 minutes | Broadcast 20 May – 17 June 2016

Writer: Nick Hornby
Story: Nina Stibbe
Executive Producer: Jamie Laurenson
Director: S.J. Clarkson

Faye Marsay as Nina
Helena Bonham Carter as George
Ethan Rouse as Joe
Harry Webster as Max
Joshua McGuire as Nunney
Jason Watkins as Malcolm Tanner
Sam Frears as Ray
Jonathan Aris as Floppy