While Hottest Season 2 of Sex Education is united, Samee, played on Sami Outlawbelly, opening passes through the halls of Model High, her fellow students practically traveling to see her – especially Eric.
This head-turning, slow entry takes place at a time when a teen movie or show is not in town, but Harrow’s introduction is apes, but when the series unfolds, Rahim leaves almost every other requirement. is.
Completely confident, freshness, sensitive. She is a rarity in the Teen TV canon because, despite her youth, she knows who she is and what she wants.
He is probably a television rarity period, as self-assurance is often the result of such an unbreakable character. Such disastrous results. It happens with friends.
Rahim sets his sights on Eric, amazed at his intense attention for the first time, succumbing only to his charm – and the bowls.
Love only blossoms on Lata when Eric’s former crush shows Adam (Connor Swindells) and complicates matters. But for just a few episodes, we find a pretty gay couple worthy of their celebrity portmanteau.
Here, the 20-year-old thief considers rejoining the Sex Education family, planning for the future of Eric and Rahim, and from education, their much-talked-about exhausting scene.
Were you an aficionado of the act?
Naturally, such a strange feeling. It’s like I was watching it four months ago.
I was watching it on the couch on my laptop at my mom’s house and thinking, wow, they must be having so much fun doing this.
And I knew that I would love to be in it. But I did not know that after four months I would be in it.
Outlaw enjoyed her sex education experience, even though her character had ended and her heart was broken.
Originated from Poissy, France in the suburbs outside Paris, she began acting at the age of 6 and fell in love shortly thereafter.
What was meant by a hobby turned into a full career, and he got his big break last year, signing the cast of the breakout Netfish hit.
How did you take along with the cast?
They are so cute when I first met them, I just saw a big family in front of me, and I was a little scared of it.
But they immediately took me into the family, the first time we spoke. I felt that I was already a part of it, and the show I was feeling every day – only with love in the air and good vibes. They were just so amazing to me.
You guys look like you enjoy a lot.
Yeah, that’s one of the reasons I’ve liked the show because I think when you’re watching the show with a group of people who are playing the role of friends, you can feel if they There are friends in real life and I felt it when I watched the first season.
Like I was, wow, they just love each other a lot, and that was the truth. It was such a beautiful experience- the best.
How do you relate to your character, Rahim?
At some points, we are similar, but we also have our differences. So I find him attractive to play.
The way he came to school in the first scene was something I could never do in real life, and to play it [that way] was fun. This belief …
Rahim is reassuring, but also really sensitive, and I got a conflicting role, in which I had to play a very interesting role.
Did you bring yourself a backstory for Rahim?
I talked to a writer and director, Ben Taylor, about it. Because we don’t know much about Rahim, I had the opportunity to create my backstory for him.
It was very helpful for me in my work [to come with her]. He leads this way, why does he do this.
What made you think about Rahim and Eric’s connection?
What I like is that Rahim just fell in love with Eric, and I think they were really happy when they got together. the ending?
I don’t know, it’s just life, you know? In season 2 we also talk about vagina and pansexuality and we either don’t understand it or we don’t know about it. It’s great that a show talks about them so openly
What’s next for you in sex education?
the director said “I’ve just done a film – a French one – and I’m going to do another one in the south of France in a few weeks.
I am also working on another show, which is confidential. This is going to be very good indeed.
I hope that I will just make films, be happy with what I am doing. I never want to stop.”