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Netflix's frank ‘Sex Education' is a trans-Atlantic love letter
Published in 9-1-2019
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Among the bumper crop of original series debuting this month on Netflix is one that's both a time warp and a trans-Atlantic hug. It's called “Sex Education” and it's like a classic John Hughes high school comedy bloomed in the United Kingdom. “It's very much a contemporary British love letter to American high school films,” says series star Gillian Anderson of “The X-Files” fame. In this quirky and refreshing series, Anderson and Asa Butterfield of Martin Scorsese's “Hugo” play mother and son, each exploring the contemporary sexual landscape. And the real landscape for this often frank discussion of sexuality is, well, not specific.
Reference: www.chron.com