Set in 1996 in Lincolnshire, the show tells the tragic and humorous story of a very troubled young girl, Rae, who spent four months in a psychiatric hospital for attempted suicide. After ...
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After spending the night with Liam Rae goes home to argue with her mother about seeing Victor and resenting the new baby. Following her split with Chloe she feels isolated at college and her efforts ...
Feeling guilty that she was not there for Tix Rae is also depressed when Chloe tells her of her feelings for Finn and imagines running her over. Things get worse when Rae realises that Chloe has read...
Rae and Finn are really hitting it off but she is scared he still sees her only as one of the boys. She tells Chloe about her self-harming and proposes telling her other friends in order to be honest...
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Set in 1996 in Lincolnshire, the show tells the tragic and humorous story of a very troubled young girl, Rae, who spent four months in a psychiatric hospital for attempted suicide. After finally leaving the hospital, Rae reconnects with her best friend Chloe and her group, all who are unaware of Rae's mental health and body image problems and her four month stay in the hospital.
MMFD is honestly one of the most amazing shows I've watched in the last year. This is the type of television show that needs to be broadcast in America and I wish that it would get picked up here. So many teens/young women like myself will find it incredibly releasable (sometimes in ways that we might not want to admit) and super poignant and funny too. The show reminds me a bit of Skins, with it's portrayal of real life. But really, I just want to make everyone watch this show because of how raw and wonderful it is. The characters are charming but troubled in the ways that teenagers can be troubled, the fantasy sequences are perfection, and the romance is adorable and so sweet. It's addictive!
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