Gideon (Bill Nighy) is a PR guru forced to reassess his life when his daughter (Blunt) threatens to leave it.
Steven Poliakoff's personal and political (Princess Di, New Labour) TV movie punches above its weight with help from the quality cast: Nighy and Blunt, plus Miranda Richardson, and an early turn from Tom Hardy.
It's a credit to Blunt that she makes Natasha sympathetic, rather than just a pouting teen, and she bagged a Golden Globe for her troubles.
Putting it bluntly:
Top contemporary telly.