LONDON. 2010. NINA is single, attractive, ambitious and in her 30s . . . but bored and sexually dissatisfied. Despite her busy job, there’s a void at the centre of her life. After a glimpse of her tearful and lonely private life, she refuses to be another Bridget Jones, and decides to take direct action . . .
On a succession of disastrous dates, which go from hilarious and excruciating to the plain bizarre, NINA’s real purpose – and the dangerous source of her fulfilment – is eventually revealed.
“NINA” is a blistering and controversial ride into the unexpected: and one that takes the temperature of twenty-first century city life.