A brilliant young mind
Nathan has always had trouble getting to know people, even his own mother Julie. What he is good at though, is numbers. When Nathan's teacher Martin understands that Nathan is a math genius, the boy gets a seat in the British squad in the International Mathematics Olympiad. Among his new peers, Nathan discovers that he wasn’t so odd after all. In Svenska Dagbladet, the film is rated 4 out of 6 by Jan Lumholdt, who thinks it is "a well-written British feel good film" and that "the actors are top class".