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Adapted from Nick Hornby's bestselling novel, About a Boy tells the tale of an unlikely bond between free-and-easy, desperately hip bachelor Will, who lives off a large inheritance and has no responsibilities, and Marcus - an odd young boy with a depressed mother. Surprisingly for Will, his new friends begin to teach him more about life and love than he allowed before - leading to a possible new romance with a pretty single mum in this hugely likeable London-set story.
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Reading time 9 mins
Nick Hornby, the popular novelist who wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for An Education discusses his books and their adaptations.
Viewing time 30 mins
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