One of the most important elements to consider in the analysis of a film is setting, which is the real location where all the series of events involved in the production of the plot of films. One of such films whose setting shall be looked into is Sex Education, particularly, we will be looking into the question, where is Sex Education filmed?
Since the movie series is produced sequentially, following the separate productions of season 1, 2, 3 and of course 4. Each of these seasons is filmed in different locations, with wild dependence on the various scene changes that we see on them.
Locations in the Series: Sex Education
The Netflix series, Sex Education is filmed in the Wye Valley which spans across both England and Wales.
Top locations include Tintern, Symonds Yat and Monmouthshire.
The location of the Sex Education house that Otis lives in is in Symonds Yat. The cute red house sits above the valley with fantastic views. To get here, you have to take the public footpath down from either Yat Rock or from the path that starts from the road about 30 metres up from the Happy Cow Cottage and is opposite some lime kilns.
The stunning shots of Otis and Eric cycling to school through the woods are filmed in Bargain Woods, Whitestone. There are also many shots in the hills around Llandogo.
The woods where many scenes were shot is Fedw Wood near Devauden, Monmouthshire.
The high school scenes are shot in the disused University of Wales campus in Caerleon. Although the school often seems American it is in our very own Wales.
There are many bridges featured in the series. Wireworks Bridge at Tintern is where this scene is filmed between Otis and Maeve: Redbrook Bridge is in a scene between Jackson and Viv in series 2. On one side of the bridge is England and the other side is Wales. The bridge Cross the River Wye of course.
The shop where Adam and Ola work (and Remi lives) in season 2, is in LLandogo. It is very easy to find.
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