Daniel Radcliffe (as the young student) and John Hamm (as his future self recalling his experiences) are both great! Building the character with both comedy and drama as nerves fray and illness builds in their respective situations in the past and present.
This was a BBC series from last year, and features four episodes at about 24 minutes each. You probably won't be able to stop at just one, if you make it through the first one. (^_^)
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