If you came of age in the nineties, Clea Du Vall probably has a specialised topographic point in your heart as a result of her learning in The Faculty, in which she compete an unfortunate onymous Stokely who aforementioned action look-alike "Fuck you, tough luck slut." Du Vall went on to plan of action opposite encouraging misfits in movies including She's All That and But I'm a Cheerleader, and the latter — in which she vie a lesbian who makes out with Natasha Lyonne — at last landed her in the lap of Ryan Murphy. (He gave Du Vall a small weirdo role in his teen dramedy Popular, which was often helmed by protagonist managing director Jamie Babbit.) And so, hither we are today with Du Vall back on a Murphy show, this time playing north american country fright Story's closeted 1964 school teacher, Wendy, who had her lover committed to an asylum so as not to be outed by its evil leader nun. You and I can look at it from the position of people living in 2012, but I think that the emotion at that period was precise real, and you could have your entire life destroyed by who you love and by animate thing who you are. In concluding night's episode [spoiler alert], Wendy was killed by the show's occult Bloody Face. [Laughs.] It’s justice, but it is definitely justice. And I think Wendy was caught in a present that she in all probability ne'er expected to be in, and she’d worked so hard to hide out who she was. [Laughs.] It was a surprisingly plain movie among family line my age  and a little younger.
"But I'm a Cheerleader": Natasha Lyonne & Clea Duvall Interview
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