Happily living alone in her family's pension, Mami vows to die before dating a man, after her mother catches on to her secret girl crush. So her mother rents out the house to three guys in hopes to bring her daughter around. But when Mami gets pulled into someone else's romance problems, she begs her new roommate C.U., to be her fake boyfriend.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Ugly Duckling Series: Boy's Paradise - Hans Christian Andersen bibliography - Netflix
This is a list of published works by Hans Christian Andersen. The list has been supplemented with a few important posthumous editions of his works; the year given in each entry refers to the first Danish edition. They are all in public domain.
Ugly Duckling Series: Boy's Paradise - 1870s - Netflix
Supplement to The Story of My Life, printed as an appendix to Horace Scudder's new edition of Andersen's memoirs, published as part of this edition, Hans Christian Andersen. Author's Edition, Hurd and Houghton, New York; this volume appeared 1870. Lucky Peer (novel), C.A. Reitzel Publishers, 1870. Eventyr og Historier. Ny Samling (Fairy-tales and stories. New collection) (“The Comet”, “The Days of the Week”, “Sunshine Stories”, “Great-Grandfather”, “Which Was the Happiest?”, “The Candles”, “The Most Incredible Thing”, “What the Whole Family Said”, “Dance, Dance, Doll of Mine”, “The Carrot Wedding”, “The Great Sea Serpent”, “The Gardener and the Noble Family” [the last-mentioned is the only one of these texts, which had not previously been printed in a magazine]), C.A. Reitzel Publishers, 1872. Nye Eventyr og Historier. - Tredie Række. Anden Samling (New fairy-tales and stories. - Third series. Second collection) (“What Old Johanne Told” [the last story Andersen wrote!], “The Gate Key”, “The Cripple”, “Aunty Toothache”), C.A. Reitzel Publishers, 1872.