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Love Nina

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Love Nina

In der BBC-Serie "Love, Nina" blickt das Kindermädchen humorvoll auf den skurrilen Alltag ihrer Dienstherren. Nina Stibbe beginnt ihre Arbeit als Nanny bei einer berufstätigen alleinerziehenden Mutter in London. Die beiden Kinder Max und Joe. Die Mini-Serie „Love, Nina“ entführt in einen britischen Intellektuellenhaushalt.

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Die jährige Nina versucht in der Berufswelt der 80er Jahre Fuß zu fassen. Sie zieht vom britischen Leicester nach London, um als Nanny für eine betuchte Redakteurin zu arbeiten, und lernt den in der Nachbarschaft tätigen Pfleger Nunney kennen. Love, Nina: Die jährigen Nina (Faye Marsay) erzählt von ihren Erlebnissen in den er Jahren. Sie ist von Leicester nach London gezogen. Dort will sie . "Love, Nina" ist Nick Hornbys Adaption des Bestseller-Romans von Nina Stibbe. Nina zieht aus Leicester nach London und muss sich auf eine andere. Die Mini-Serie „Love, Nina“ entführt in einen britischen Intellektuellenhaushalt. In der BBC-Serie "Love, Nina" blickt das Kindermädchen humorvoll auf den skurrilen Alltag ihrer Dienstherren. Die fünfteilige BBC-Serie basiert auf echten Briefen, die die jährige Nina Stibbe in den er Jahren während ihrer Arbeit als Nanny bei einer Londoner​. Nina Stibbe beginnt ihre Arbeit als Nanny bei einer berufstätigen alleinerziehenden Mutter in London. Die beiden Kinder Max und Joe.

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Cast und Crew von "Love, Nina". Crew. Regisseur: S. J. Clarkson. Darsteller. Malcolm Tanner: Jason Watkins; Nunney: Joshua McGuire; Joe: Ethan Rouse. Nina Stibbe beginnt ihre Arbeit als Nanny bei einer berufstätigen alleinerziehenden Mutter in London. Die beiden Kinder Max und Joe. In der BBC-Serie "Love, Nina" blickt das Kindermädchen humorvoll auf den skurrilen Alltag ihrer Dienstherren. Love Nina Axel Weidemann Redakteur im Feuilleton. Reise Wetter. Miniserie in 5 Teilen 1 Staffel. Services: Klimaschutz braucht Vielfalt Leserreisen Expedia-Gutscheine Griechenland — das authentische Reiseziel. Und Jamie, ein weiterer Bekannter der Familie hat angeblich Filzläuse. Dieser externe Inhalt St Josef Am Berg Stürmische Zeiten automatisch geladen, weil Sie dem Sky Kundenservice Telefonnummer haben.

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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 13, Petra-masx rated it it was ok Shelves: read , reviews , biography-true-story , reviews , reviewed.

This is a really lightweight read of the author's sweetly funny letters to her sister whilst she was employed as a nanny and working up to a degree in English.

That's one way of looking at it. Another way is that this is a collection of mildly amusing, somewhat boring letters about from a nonedescript nanny namedropping some media celeb names.

It is a fast read because there's nothing much to make you think. Not much to hold your attenti This is a really lightweight read of the author's sweetly funny letters to her sister whilst she was employed as a nanny and working up to a degree in English.

Not much to hold your attention either. I'm giving it two stars because it really isn't a bad book even though it in no way approaches being good, and because it was mildly amusing.

It wasn't the sort of book I could feel more than lukewarm about and wonder why it was published at all.

Oh also not be so dazzled by meeting minor celebrities and think that we will be too. Rewritten 2 July as the previous review was as shallow as the book.

I don't this one is much better though. View all 9 comments. This book was really disappointing. The stories were so lame and uninteresting that I couldn't even finish it.

The book is a collection of letters that Nina Stibbe, who was a nanny in London, wrote to her sister. The letters started in and continued until I saw a description of this book that described it as "hilarious.

The stories are so humdrum I can't even rally to write summaries for you. Bla This book was really disappointing. Blah blah blah -- there's your summary.

If you've been reading my reviews for a while, you probably know that I love charming British books and consider myself an Anglophile.

I was thrilled to get this book from the library; I would even use the word giddy. I expected this to be one of my favorite reads of the summer, that's how excited I was about it.

What a bitter blow it was to learn the hype had been misleading. I am just grateful I was reading a library copy and I hadn't wasted any money on this.

Otherwise I would have heaved it across the room. View all 11 comments. Nov 05, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: memoirs , read-via-netgalley , anglophiles-delight , laugh-out-loud , epistolary.

The household was sophisticated and worldly; mum MK allowed cursing and calling parents by their first names. The northwest London literary scene seems a slightly odd place for a midlands nanny, but she took on her role with aplomb.

Stibbe is terrific at reporting dialogue, and has a special gift for the witty aside. A nut broke my tooth a walnut, not a person.

He suffered from familial dysautonomia FD, or Riley-Day syndrome, which affects Ashkenazi Jews and was not expected to live past age five. Yet now he is a thriving filmmaker, climber and all-round inspiring person.

View all 5 comments. I perhaps mistakenly watched 'Love, Nina' the series before reading this book and that was really quite funny.

But I can honestly say that it wasn't particularly hilarious, witty, clever or any of the words bandied about by reviewers. Nina moves to be a nanny to a family in London in the s.

She has no experience in doing the job, but the boy's mother Mary-Kay doesn't mind - she doesn't have much time for her children anyway.

Nina's life now consists of organising two unruly but quick-wit I perhaps mistakenly watched 'Love, Nina' the series before reading this book and that was really quite funny.

Nina's life now consists of organising two unruly but quick-witted boys, dealing with new receipes her sister has sent her to cook, and being subjected to visits by Alan Bennett who lives down the road.

It's too regimented in format to be extremely funny. I finished it, but it wasn't a shame to me when it was over. Apr 15, BrokenTune rated it it was ok Shelves: reviewed.

I picked up this book because I watched the series based on it on Netflix the other week and really liked it - probably because of the cast Helena Bonham Carter played Mary-Kay Wilmers.

The book, however, was a different story. For some reason the story works on tv, but in epistolary novel format reads like a mildly amusing but gratingly inconsequential run down of stories that try to re-imagine Willy Russell's Educating Rita but set in London with added name-dropping of the London literati.

I'll give Stibbe's other books a miss. View all 4 comments. Recommended to Brown Girl Reading by: It was a book club pick. Love, Nina was my book club's pick for this month.

This book wasn't for me and somehow I knew that before I started. It's about a young girl who is a nanny for a mile in London in It's told in epistolary format but one of the things I hated was that Nina was writing to her sister Victoria but there were never any responses from her.

That was weird. Another thing that annoyed me was the story begins with 2,5 pages of he characters names and the abbreviations that she's going to be using thr Love, Nina was my book club's pick for this month.

Another thing that annoyed me was the story begins with 2,5 pages of he characters names and the abbreviations that she's going to be using throughout the letters.

Now I was reading this on my iPad so you can see how this was a bit of a pain. I just read it straight through without referring back to the list.

Now this book is supposed to be funny and fresh, but I didn't laugh once the entire time I was reading it. At first I thought it was because I'm American but no one at the book club though it was funny either and most of them are British.

We all thought this was perfect waste of reading time. Another thing you should be ready for is the British slang, which I'm not completely familiar with, some things yes but there were some words in the book that through me and my dictionary.

So no I didn't like this one at all. Nina was immature and I just didn't care about her or what she had to say. View 1 comment.

Jan 20, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: I was surprised by how much I truly enjoyed this book.

And how fantastic is it that she moves in with Mary Kay Wilmers, the editor of the London Review of Books and exwife of director Stephen Frears , who just happens to live across the street from Alan Bennett and next door to Claire Tomalin author of the giant Dicken biography I've been meaning to read and wife of Michael Frayn.

Now all this name dro I was surprised by how much I truly enjoyed this book. Now all this name dropping would be irrelevant if these people were not intelligent, witty, and prone to interesting kitchen banter.

Even the kids have a terrific dry sense of humor that they obviously learned from their mother. Lucky Nina and lucky us. I especially fell in love with Mary Kay with her ability to sound completely unfazed at all times.

Nina is very far from the perfect nanny but she seems to be the perfect fit for this slightly unconventional family. I'm always a fan of the epistolary format and long for the days when my friends and I would write letters chronicling the daily details of our ordinary lives.

I'm so glad that Nina's sister saved all these letters. There is not a lot of action in this book. Halfway through the book Nina becomes a full time student while staying very close to the family so the focus on the letters shifts over time but I was very sad when it ended and I realized that I was not going to get another update on the Gloucester Crescent crew.

View all 3 comments. Feb 21, Jarvo rated it it was amazing. I'm a former colleague of the author and approached the book with some trepidation: on the one hand I really wanted it to be good I remember Nina as a warm and likeable person, although she'd taken to wearing shoes by the time I might her , but on the other hand descriptions of the book made me worry that it was basically glorified gossip about a bunch of rarified North London creative types about whom I've more or less nothing in common.

Fears were completely unfounded. She may play up her ecc I'm a former colleague of the author and approached the book with some trepidation: on the one hand I really wanted it to be good I remember Nina as a warm and likeable person, although she'd taken to wearing shoes by the time I might her , but on the other hand descriptions of the book made me worry that it was basically glorified gossip about a bunch of rarified North London creative types about whom I've more or less nothing in common.

She may play up her eccentric ingenue persona but as she wryly observes as a result of her studies at Thames Poly 'you can't have fiction without autobiography, and you can't have autobiography without fiction'.

I found myself constantly interrupting my wife's reading in order to read out a line or two fom Nina's letters to her sister. Dialogue with and between the two biys she is looking after, and culinary discussions with Alan Bennett a particular highlight.

I think I've given it an extra star as I can hear Nina's voice throughout, a badge of authenticity. I picked it up from the college library because it looked short and sweet and i thought it to be something different it definitely was.

I am sill shocked that little Sam and Will had such a dirty mouth at their age. A book that is just a series of letters from one person to another is amazing, I would love to read more books like it.

MK was definitely my favourite character. One million and twenty-seven years ago, after watching "Dirty Dancing" with married friends I loved and whose taste I would have sworn was exactly the same as mine in every respect, from strawberry soup a new passion of ours--we were only 21 to Wallace Stevens, Married Friend 1 said, "Anyone who criticizes that movie is a pedant.

I said nothing, and I swore that I would never draw a protective circle around anything I loved in that particular One million and twenty-seven years ago, after watching "Dirty Dancing" with married friends I loved and whose taste I would have sworn was exactly the same as mine in every respect, from strawberry soup a new passion of ours--we were only 21 to Wallace Stevens, Married Friend 1 said, "Anyone who criticizes that movie is a pedant.

I said nothing, and I swore that I would never draw a protective circle around anything I loved in that particular way, would never say, This is perfect, and you're a joyless prig if you disagree.

I confess that when I first read the comments here by people who did NOT give five stars and lavish praise to Love, Nina , I was tempted to break my vow.

To me, the book is a rare and delightful gift because a it's an epistolary memoir that reads like an epistolary novel, and b it's funny without being mean, and c it's sweet and yet it manages to seem true.

As a person who has read many, many young adult novels, and who has spent years trying to write them in an authentically innocent yet witty voice, I find it astonishing that Nina Stibbe managed to forge that kind of voice in a series of impromptu letters while actually being quite young.

I'm not going to sword fight with the people who gave this book two stars, but I'm going to urge it on you and say I hope this book will be your "Dirty Dancing.

To me, at least, it's perfect. Nov 13, Sam Woodfield rated it liked it. In a strange way I really liked this book - it made me giggle and was a really easy read.

I was, however, left with a question at the end - what was the point? The book is a series of letters written by the author to her sister during the time she had moved to London to work as a nanny in Primrose Hill.

She spends her time looking after tow young boys, Sam and Will, whilst studying for an English Literature degree and learning to cook. The letters in this book are really nice, short and witty and In a strange way I really liked this book - it made me giggle and was a really easy read.

The letters in this book are really nice, short and witty and give a great insight into the lives of those in the house. There's Mary-Kay the mother - a witty fashionable woman with a very dry sense of humour.

Alan Bennett, the author, lives across the road pops in for dinner, and the boys, Sam and Will, are very independent young men who have a very funny way of learning about the world.

Nina herself is also very funny and a little bit clumsy, and all of the people mentioned in these letters are really endearing and funny, especially when they interact together.

Nina does a very funny thing in her letters where she recounts conversations had in the household, and these were the funniest part of this book, many of them causing me to laugh out loud.

Despite all of this, my earlier question still remains which is what was the point in publishing these letters. Yes, they were funny, but I did get to the end of the novel and feel that nothing much had happened and although I enjoyed it, it was a bit of a non-event.

Love Nina Cast und Crew von "Love, Nina". Crew. Regisseur: S. J. Clarkson. Darsteller. Malcolm Tanner: Jason Watkins; Nunney: Joshua McGuire; Joe: Ethan Rouse. Mary-Kay Wilmers, deputy editor of the London Review of Books and ex-wife of film-maker Stephen Frears, is Nina's employer - and in Sport Streams opinion, the real hero of the book. Citrön Julia Flyte I don't know the answer but it's not her brother Code Geas he is still alive so probably someone not mentioned. Fears were completely unfounded. Comedy Shows. George 5 Kinnox .To, Nina would have made a superb Mass Observer. Jan 13, Petra-masx rated it it was ok Shelves: readreviewsbiography-true-storyreviewsreviewed.

Maybe it's the lack of good quality drama being made in the UK that allows this to stand out, or maybe it's as charming as i found it.

Looks and feels like a British film more than a sitcom but it made me laugh and feel warm. The young girl that plays Nina is terrific and the two kids are great.

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Geändert hat er einige Namen, sodass etwa anstelle des Schriftstellers Alan Bennett Zu Dir der fiktive Dichter Malcolm Tanner abends an Ninas Kochkünsten herumnörgelt Dosentomaten im Eintopf gehen Seerosenteich nicht, der Pudding soll aber bitte keinesfalls selbstgemacht sein. Harry Webster. Am Mittwoch billigt das britische Abgeordnetenhaus wohl einen neuen Lockdown. Diese Benachrichtigungen z. Externe Websites Fernsehserien. Ansonsten könnte Nina dort zufrieden und glücklich sein. Video-Seite öffnen. Wo und wann läuft "Love, Nina" im Fernsehen? MK's dry humour, and laconic conversation, give Nina many of her most amusing anecdotes. I found it hard to get to grips with this book at first, with no narrative and frequent initials for Mädchenbande characters in the letters it was a little hard to work out who was who Michaela Schäfer Sex once that Dschungel Englisch sorted I became fascinated by the household. The authoress gives herself away in one of her letters when she says: "Remember what I said. Not much to hold your attention either. Refresh and try again. November Streaming Picks. Otherwise I would have heaved it across the room. Namespaces Article Talk. This is a really lightweight read of the author's sweetly funny letters to her sister whilst she was employed as a nanny and working up to a degree in English.

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  1. Bataxe sagt:

    Ich bin endlich, ich tue Abbitte, ich wollte die Meinung auch aussprechen.

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