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Television

Evocative and immaculate: Netflix’s One Day reviewed

17 February 2024

9:00 AM

17 February 2024

9:00 AM

One Day

Netflix

One Day is a bestselling novel with a simple but effective premise: a delightful, made-for-each-other couple meet on their last day at university, narrowly miss getting off with one another, then continue narrowly to miss getting off with one another every year for 14 years until finally, eventually they do.

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