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The a word. Series 2 / BBC; Directed by Sue Tully and Luke Snellin

By: Tully, Sue.
Contributor(s): Snellin, Luke [director].
London : Fifty Fathoms Productions and Keshet UK, 2017Description: DVD.Rating: M - Suitable for Mature Audiences 16 years and over. NOTE: Offensive language & sexual references.Disc region: Zone 2.Uniform titles: The A word (Television Program). Season 2. Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS | COMMUNICATION | FAMILY DYNAMICS | FICTION
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Actors: Morven Christie, Lee Ingleby, Greg McHugh, Vinette Robinson, Max Vento, Molly Wright and Christopher Eccleston. Producd by Fifty Fathoms Productiond and Keshet UK. Executive Producers: Patrick Spence, Marcus Wilson, Peter Bowker, Keren Margalit, Howard Burch and AV' NIR, Lucy Richer. Directed by Sue Tully (episodes 1-3) and Luke Snellin (episodes 4-6).Summary: "The story picks up two years from the end of season one, and Joe (Max Vento) is changing. Now age seven, he has begun to look at the world and find he doesn't always fit in. The six-part drama revisits the funny, messy, mixed-up lives of the Hughes and Scott families as they struggle to do their best as parents, caregivers, lovers . . . and to work out what's really important in the face of nothing ever feeling normal." - Rotten Tomatoes
List(s) this item appears in: Recent DVDs 2019. Feb 2019 CM
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BBC One
Based on the Keshet Broadcasting and July August Productions Series 'Yellow Peppers' written and created by Keren Maragalit

Extras: On the Roof, Mark at the Gig, Together Again.

Actors: Morven Christie, Lee Ingleby, Greg McHugh, Vinette Robinson, Max Vento, Molly Wright and Christopher Eccleston. Producd by Fifty Fathoms Productiond and Keshet UK. Executive Producers: Patrick Spence, Marcus Wilson, Peter Bowker, Keren Margalit, Howard Burch and AV' NIR, Lucy Richer. Directed by Sue Tully (episodes 1-3) and Luke Snellin (episodes 4-6).

"The story picks up two years from the end of season one, and Joe (Max Vento) is changing. Now age seven, he has begun to look at the world and find he doesn't always fit in. The six-part drama revisits the funny, messy, mixed-up lives of the Hughes and Scott families as they struggle to do their best as parents, caregivers, lovers . . . and to work out what's really important in the face of nothing ever feeling normal." - Rotten Tomatoes

M - Suitable for Mature Audiences 16 years and over. NOTE: Offensive language & sexual references.

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