Normal People


Normal People


"Normal People" is a television drama miniseries that is based on the novel of the same name by Sally Rooney. The series follows the complicated relationship between two young people, Connell and Marianne, as they navigate their way through adolescence and early adulthood. The show explores themes such as class, identity, mental health, and the challenges of modern-day relationships.

Connell and Marianne come from very different backgrounds, with Connell being from a working-class family and Marianne being from a wealthy one. Despite their differences, they form a close bond in high school, which continues when they both attend Trinity College in Dublin. As their relationship progresses, they struggle with their own personal issues and the expectations of those around them.

The miniseries is praised for its honest portrayal of young love and the complexities of growing up. The performances of the two lead actors, Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones, are particularly praised for their raw and authentic portrayal of the characters. The show has been critically acclaimed and has received numerous awards, including four Emmy nominations.

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