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Being compared to “lover Joker”, the female protagonist Sex Education is outrageous

Movie Sex Education (Sex Education) is becoming one of the most popular movies of Netflix and has a huge fan base in Vietnam. Movie nerds paid special attention to “Ma sex teacher” Maeve (Emma Mackey) and discovered that she was like Margot Robbie like two drops of water. Soon afterwards, on social networks pervaded the photos put Emma Mackey and Margot Robbie together.

From left to right: Margot Robbie, Emma Mackey

Contrary to the enthusiastic response of netizens, Mackey was uncomfortable: “I don’t see anything. It’s lovely when compared to Margot Robbie but I hope everyone is interested in our work. more than appearance. ”

Being compared to lover Joker the female protagonist Sex Education is outrageous | Manga/Film

The similarities between the two actresses are undeniable, both with high cheekbones, personality eyebrows and square jaw. But Mackey is tired of being compared and thinks this is the “disease” of the film industry when it comes to looking at actresses.

Being compared to lover Joker the female protagonist Sex Education is outrageous | Manga/Film

Incredible similarities between Emma Mackey and Margot Robbie

But Mackey is not the only one who feels annoying when compared, Robbie said that she was mistakenly admitted to being a star of Sex Education when fans were out for dinner. “Someone came looking for me, I was eating sandwiches at the time. They said they loved my role in Sex Education, that show was great and they were watching it. At that time I just said I was sorry but That’s not me “- Robbie shared on BBC Radio 1.

Being compared to lover Joker the female protagonist Sex Education is outrageous | Manga/Film

In Sex Education, Mackey plays Maeve Wiley – the first person who convinces Otis (Asa Butterfield) to run a sex clinic and Maeve quickly became a symbol of feminism. This feminist image of Mackey seems to be something she really pursues in real life, so it would be uncomfortable for the media to only pay attention to the appearance of actresses but forget the dedication at work. their.

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