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The new Netflix hype: five reasons to go to ‘Sex Education’ to look

TV Netflix scores more self-produced movies and series. So was the ‘Roma' as the first Netflix film was nominated for ten Oscars, and is also the series ‘You’

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The new Netflix hype: five reasons to go to ‘Sex Education’ to look
TV Netflix scores more self-produced movies and series. So was the ‘Roma' as the first Netflix film was nominated for ten Oscars, and is also the series ‘You’ smoothly over the tongues. The latest Netflix-hype is called ‘Sex Education’: the series of captures with ease the hearts of the viewers, and it is this. 1. The cast is thick, the trouble

The British Netflix series ‘Sex Education’ could Gillian Anderson bows as sekstherapeute Jean Milburn, who is but too happy with her son, Otis, played by Asa Butterfield, about sex talk. The clumsy teenager is there, however, do not have to jump. When he notices that his fellow students, however, the same problems, struggling as he is, he organizes together with the tough Maeve (Emma Mackey) at the school therapy sessions for them.

The kortgeknipte and platinum Anderson is wonderfully flamboyant and funny as the slightly too enthusiastic mother, a welcome distraction after her recent, more cool roles. Think of her role as a detective in ‘The Fall’ and the iconic Scully from "The X-Files". Asa Butterfield as pale blue eyes may shine in ‘The Boy in The Striped Pyjamas’ and ‘Hugo’. And also the rest of the cast is - how young they may be - excellent.

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