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Laurie Nunn. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Butterfield, pegged as next-big-thing for a decade now, has an easy comic touch, believably switching between nervous wreck and old soul, and has unforced chemistry with both Mackey, a clear breakout here, and ray-of-light Patricia Allison as Ola, a differently complicated love interest. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something. The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? The show is very good at not tolerating Otis' more insistent failings, and yet Butterfield keeps his appeal on a spectrum of British precocity that runs from Pip to Adrian Mole. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. They're lessons surely worth heeding. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. Otis is a virgin, despite or perhaps because of his mother's freely shared expertise and an upbringing in a house decorated by sex totems and casually displayed pornography. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. The show is wildly empathetic and completely committed to, at every turn, understanding that high school is a time in which people are swiftly defined as one thing and yet are rarely that simple. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. Sex education torrent



The show is wildly empathetic and completely committed to, at every turn, understanding that high school is a time in which people are swiftly defined as one thing and yet are rarely that simple. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. Laurie Nunn. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. The show is very good at not tolerating Otis' more insistent failings, and yet Butterfield keeps his appeal on a spectrum of British precocity that runs from Pip to Adrian Mole. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. Otis is a virgin, despite or perhaps because of his mother's freely shared expertise and an upbringing in a house decorated by sex totems and casually displayed pornography. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. They're lessons surely worth heeding. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. She has most of her scenes in a single country house location in a Welsh valley, and it feels like this may have been her most fun vacation ever. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something.

Sex education torrent



Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. The show is very good at not tolerating Otis' more insistent failings, and yet Butterfield keeps his appeal on a spectrum of British precocity that runs from Pip to Adrian Mole. Laurie Nunn. They're lessons surely worth heeding. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie?



































Sex education torrent



The show is very good at not tolerating Otis' more insistent failings, and yet Butterfield keeps his appeal on a spectrum of British precocity that runs from Pip to Adrian Mole. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Butterfield, pegged as next-big-thing for a decade now, has an easy comic touch, believably switching between nervous wreck and old soul, and has unforced chemistry with both Mackey, a clear breakout here, and ray-of-light Patricia Allison as Ola, a differently complicated love interest. Otis is a virgin, despite or perhaps because of his mother's freely shared expertise and an upbringing in a house decorated by sex totems and casually displayed pornography. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. Laurie Nunn. The show is wildly empathetic and completely committed to, at every turn, understanding that high school is a time in which people are swiftly defined as one thing and yet are rarely that simple. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. They're lessons surely worth heeding. She has most of her scenes in a single country house location in a Welsh valley, and it feels like this may have been her most fun vacation ever. The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something.

The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. She has most of her scenes in a single country house location in a Welsh valley, and it feels like this may have been her most fun vacation ever. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. Butterfield, pegged as next-big-thing for a decade now, has an easy comic touch, believably switching between nervous wreck and old soul, and has unforced chemistry with both Mackey, a clear breakout here, and ray-of-light Patricia Allison as Ola, a differently complicated love interest. Laurie Nunn. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. Sex education torrent



The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. They're lessons surely worth heeding. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something. She has most of her scenes in a single country house location in a Welsh valley, and it feels like this may have been her most fun vacation ever. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Laurie Nunn. Butterfield, pegged as next-big-thing for a decade now, has an easy comic touch, believably switching between nervous wreck and old soul, and has unforced chemistry with both Mackey, a clear breakout here, and ray-of-light Patricia Allison as Ola, a differently complicated love interest. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. The show is wildly empathetic and completely committed to, at every turn, understanding that high school is a time in which people are swiftly defined as one thing and yet are rarely that simple.

Sex education torrent



Otis is a virgin, despite or perhaps because of his mother's freely shared expertise and an upbringing in a house decorated by sex totems and casually displayed pornography. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. Laurie Nunn. Sex Education hails from first-time creator Laurie Nunn and continues the multi-decade corrective to '80s romps in the Porky's vein, farces that treated sexuality as a male-driven competition and women as objects of male entitlement. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in knowledge gleaned via overheard conversations between his mother and her various clients and one-night stands. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. She has most of her scenes in a single country house location in a Welsh valley, and it feels like this may have been her most fun vacation ever. Butterfield, pegged as next-big-thing for a decade now, has an easy comic touch, believably switching between nervous wreck and old soul, and has unforced chemistry with both Mackey, a clear breakout here, and ray-of-light Patricia Allison as Ola, a differently complicated love interest. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. The show is wildly empathetic and completely committed to, at every turn, understanding that high school is a time in which people are swiftly defined as one thing and yet are rarely that simple. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. The result is a wonderful ensemble in which every character is presented one way, usually for immediately comic value, and then taken to unexpected or, if slightly expected, compassionate places. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. The show is very good at not tolerating Otis' more insistent failings, and yet Butterfield keeps his appeal on a spectrum of British precocity that runs from Pip to Adrian Mole. They're lessons surely worth heeding. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something.

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Set in the photogenic and fictional British town of Moordale — played with lush, green majesty by locations in Wales — Sex Education is the story of Otis Thompson Asa Butterfield , son of renowned sex and relationship therapist Jean Gillian Anderson. That the cast is dominated by young, relatively inexperienced actors setting themselves up for future stardom doesn't take away from its equally strong, familiar leads. Even for those storylines that tend toward genre cliche — and if you haven't figured out by early in the premiere where Adam's character is going by the finale, I suspect you've never seen a movie or show set in high school before — the execution is solid enough to make me believe that a second season, one that finds everybody with just a bit more storytelling under their belts, might still flip the script. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle. TV Review Netflix's latest portrait of teen life blends raucous sex farce with empathy for the young adult experience and is anchored by fine performances from Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson. When Otis accidentally gives reasonable advice to erection-plagued school bully Adam Connor Swindells , son of the gruff headmaster a tremendous Alistair Petrie , he attracts the attention of notorious bad girl Maeve Emma Mackey, answering the question, "Do we need a new, British Margot Robbie? Otis and his perspective are the story's point of entry, but Sex Education knows how ill-formed Otis' knowledge-base is, never cuts him slack when his kernels of wisdom are short-sighted or deluded and never loses track of how Otis is just as confused as everybody else at his school. As elusive demographics go, you can't go wrong programming to "former teens. They're lessons surely worth heeding. The supporting characters and performances deepen as the show goes along, starting as a wacky rogue's gallery and eventually just becoming a realized world in which initially daffy airhead Aimee Aimee Lou Wood, turning every line to comic gold or perverse anime-drawing Lily Tanya Reynolds, pointedly odd then wholly recognizable can be introduced seemingly as the butt of jokes and then become the dramatic hook of whole episodes later on. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene. Nunn and her team of writers may not have a lot of TV experience, but they know TV and mostly avoid its familiar genre traps. The whole series follows that model, as directors Ben Taylor Catastrophe and then Kate Herron craft rhythms in which a lewd-and-breezy joke about a boner or pubic grooming can lull you into easy laughter just in time for something emotionally devastating or impossibly sweet. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. Otis is a virgin, despite or perhaps because of his mother's freely shared expertise and an upbringing in a house decorated by sex totems and casually displayed pornography. Gatwa's performance is especially integral to the show's ability to swap tones, playing as perhaps excessively broad and flamboyant until exactly the moment it pivots into drama and its initially broad scale suddenly makes sense.

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  1. It's an escape that viewers are likely to relish as well, at least in the lighter moments — and when Sex Education gets heavy, its messages are usually about the importance of self-affirmation and the necessity of proper communication and understanding. So many of the first season's storylines are so careful and so effective that my frustration at something like big-dicked meanie Adam's all-too-predictable arc becomes magnified. Anderson, sporting her reliably more-British-than-the-British accent, has a ball with a binary-smashing role that lets her play both maternal and lascivious and to pointedly drop clinical dialogue about "scrotal anxiety" with a twinkle.

  2. Otis and longtime best friend Eric Ncuti Gatwa aren't unpopular at Moordale Secondary; they're basically invisible, even though Eric is one of the school's only two gay students and thinks nothing of making a scene.

  3. Maeve, plagued and elevated to iconic status by typically inaccurate rumors of her sexual proclivities, sees the opportunity to parlay Otis' gifts into a lucrative teen counseling business, with complications both predictable — Otis swiftly falls in love with the unobtainable Maeve, serving as his client-supplying therapy pimp — and otherwise over eight satisfying episodes. He's so mixed up inside that he can't even bring himself to masturbate, and that this is a major plot point in Sex Education should tell you something.

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