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Love, Nina 

A glimpse of 80s literary London based on Nina Stibbe's letters to her sister.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Faye Marsay ...  Nina 5 episodes, 2016
Ethan Rouse ...  Joe 5 episodes, 2016
Harry Webster Harry Webster ...  Max 5 episodes, 2016
Helena Bonham Carter ...  George 5 episodes, 2016
Joshua McGuire ...  Nunney 5 episodes, 2016
Jason Watkins ...  Malcolm 5 episodes, 2016
Sam Frears Sam Frears ...  Ray 4 episodes, 2016
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A glimpse of 80s literary London based on Nina Stibbe's letters to her sister.

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Official Sites:

BBC Media Centre | Official Site

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 May 2016 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

С любовью, Нина See more »

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See-Saw Films See more »
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Malcolm Tanner in the television adaptation is actually Alan Bennett (the famous author/playwright) in the Nina Stibbe book. See more »

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Loving Love Nina
28 May 2016 | by carlottadegalaSee all my reviews

Just watched the second episode of Love Nina and enjoyed it just as I did the first. Yes you do have to free yourself from some of the awkward things and then it becomes a wonderful amusing charming piece of work. I think that as it is from a book by Nina Stibbe that it is taken from her real life experiences.

I read the first review and was shocked that anyone could not like this refreshing programme. I come from London and find the depiction of the comfortably well off London family with ghastly children and odd bods of notoriety as lodgers pretty accurate.

I have groaned almost wept at the poor comedy that BBC1 has served up over the past year, wonderful comedy actors but with terrible scripts.

At last there is still hope for BBC1. Can't wait for episode 3 if LOVE NINA!


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