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“I first discovered Catherine Breillat’s film Fat Girl (2001) in undergrad, when I overheard my teacher telling someone she’d just seen this horrible film that had really disturbed and upset her. I was really curious so I watched it one night, expecting to fall asleep after one scene, but I was completely sucked in. The film felt genius to me on many different levels. First, the realism of it – it was so slice of life, so what it was to be a young teen girl with a hot sister. Then the absurdity of it – the comedy. Then, by the end, it felt like a fucked up fairytale; it had become a metaphor. It’s hard to articulate, because the film dances through several different genres and tones, and that’s what I love about it – you have to keep up and dance with it. It felt like a film made for me – for my sense of humour and my perspective of sex.”
For the Iranian-American film-maker Desiree Akhavan, sexual interactions are a source of fascination that she explores with unflinching candour. Her debut feature, Appropriate Behaviour (2014), follows a twenty-something, bisexual New Yorker – played by, and loosely based on, Akhavan – as she navigates her way through a painful break-up and one of the funniest threesomes in film history. Akhavan’s current offering, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, tells the story of a lesbian teen sent to a gay-conversion camp to ‘cure’ her same-sex tendencies. Both its titular protagonist (played by Chloë Grace Moretz) and her sexual experiences are depicted with refreshing authenticity. This year has been a busy one for the director: her new TV show, The Bisexual, airs on Channel 4 this autumn.
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The Bisexual will screen on Channel 4 on October 10, 2018.
Allan was also best known for his role as C.C. Capwell in Santa Barbara.
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His son Rick Brown confirmed he died in Palm Desert, California yesterday.
He wrote: "So sorry to post the very sad news of my father’s passing tonight.
"He died peacefully and was surrounded by his family and loved so much by us and so many others."
Allan's first TV soap role was in 1963 when he played Edward L. Quatermaine the 3rd in General Hospital.
He also briefly starred in classic shows like Lassie, Columbo, Mod Squad, Love, American Style and Adam-12.
In 1977, Allan joined the long-running drama series Days of Our Lives to play Don Craig.
He joined the cast of Santa Barbara in 1986 to star as C.C. Capwell - where he remained until 1993.
Allan joined Fox's Beverly Hills 90210 in 1994 and played Ian Ziering's dad Rush for five years.
He had a brief stint on game-show hosting and held the mic for Celebrity Bowling during the 1970s.
Zering, who played Steve Sanders on Beverly Hills 90210, paid tribute to soap star today.
He wrote on Instagram: "So sad to hear we've lost another 90210 castmate. I had the pleasure of working with Jed Allan from 94 to 99.
"He played Rush Sanders, Steve's father. Such a great guy to work with, he will be missed. #ripjedallan"
Adolfo Larrue Martínez III, who co-stared with Allan on Santa Barbara, posted on Facebook: "Jed Allen walked on today. Along the way in his fantastic acting career, he played Eden’s father –– CC Capwell –– on Santa Barbara.
"His gift was a formidable blend of professionalism and inspiration –– a perennial rock in his preparation and a force of nature once the cameras rolled.
"He was also generous and kind and funny and fierce, and God knows he was beloved by those lucky enough to share a stage with him.
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"I count it one of the great blessings of my career that I got to be one of those, and one of the great blessings of my life that I got to be his friend.”
Allan is survived by his three sons, Rick, Mitch, and Dean.
He was married to Toby Brown from September 21, 1958 until death in 2001.
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