Despite fans for the television show wants to your contrary, Marianne and Connell aren’t a few in true to life
The BBC’s 12-part adaptation of Sally Rooney’s brilliant Normal People since the end of April, people up and down the country have been glued to their television screens, binge-watching. Superbly acted by newcomers Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal, the love story of Marianne and Connell seems visceral and genuine, and undoubtedly, so ‘normal’ – so relatable to a lot of rising from their 20s.
We go through the 5 stages of grief, from denial to anger (there must be more episodes as we finish the series? how doesn’t *spoiler alert* Marianne follow Connell?), bargaining to despair (perhaps i will view another show and have the way that is same? No other show will ever replace this), finally arriving at acceptance that here is the most readily useful tv adaptation of all time, no exaggeration, one earnest Instagram post review shared. We hastily cut in fringes to resemble our heroine. Read More “Just just What do we all know about Normal People star Daisy Edgar-Jones’ boyfriend Tom Varey?”