“Nanny Knows Best!” is a light-hearted comedy set in the early years of Thatcher’s Britain. It charts the lives and loves of six students as they enter the ‘real world’.
So what do you do in a society increasingly materialistic and polarised between the ‘have-nots’ and the ‘don’t-give-a-damns’? Those characters who try to do something socially worthwhile are soon defeated or despondent. Those less morally scrupulous characters find themselves having a great time. Does this seem familiar?