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Seventeen years ago, they played moony lovebirds in , a film that tackled the absurdity of gay conversion therapy camps and became a bighearted (if now a bit dated) cult classic.

At the start of it, Lyonne’s character faces a different sort of intervention from her family and jock boyfriend, who are convinced she’s gay.

But as the days pass, the plotters discover cracks in their own relationships.

Soon they’re snarling at one another, drinking heavily, and fumbling, sometimes spectacularly, through hookups and squabbles.

Reports from the Washington Daily News yesterday (February 19, 2017), suggest the actress best known for her roles in Argo, Carnivàle or American Horror Story has secretly got hitched to her long-term relationship. (read more)Intimate Ceremony with Family and Friends There had already been speculation that the loved-up pair were set to announce their engagement but it sounds like they might have just jumped straight to wedded bliss!

Related Clea Du Vall Sparks Engagement Rumor The couple is said to have exchanged vows in an intimate morning ceremony at a secret location, before few close friends and family members.

She never flinches while doling out her impassive “Yes, ma’am”s, but she hints at a hidden depth. She publicly discussed her sexual orientation only recently, at a panel for . As a kid I would have really appreciated seeing that. So the people it matters to, it matters for a positive reason.” While promoting , Du Vall has also been exploring new TV and film ideas. She began writing the film four years ago and shot it over 18 days last summer.“As I wrote the script, I was doing a lot of work on myself, therapy and reading books and trying to get to the bottom of all the things I was running away from. I had a lot of insight into my own behaviors, and I put that right into the characters.” The movie also marks a reunion for Du Vall and Natasha Lyonne.She appeared in various films and episodes of television shows such as ER and Buffy the Vampire Slayer before her breakthrough role as a goth student in Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty.She then portrayed an institutionalized pathological liar in the acclaimed Girl, Interrupted, as well as a lesbian enrolled in therapy camp in the indie hit But I'm a Cheerleader.

She never flinches while doling out her impassive “Yes, ma’am”s, but she hints at a hidden depth. She publicly discussed her sexual orientation only recently, at a panel for . As a kid I would have really appreciated seeing that. So the people it matters to, it matters for a positive reason.” While promoting , Du Vall has also been exploring new TV and film ideas. She began writing the film four years ago and shot it over 18 days last summer.“As I wrote the script, I was doing a lot of work on myself, therapy and reading books and trying to get to the bottom of all the things I was running away from. I had a lot of insight into my own behaviors, and I put that right into the characters.” The movie also marks a reunion for Du Vall and Natasha Lyonne.She appeared in various films and episodes of television shows such as ER and Buffy the Vampire Slayer before her breakthrough role as a goth student in Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty.She then portrayed an institutionalized pathological liar in the acclaimed Girl, Interrupted, as well as a lesbian enrolled in therapy camp in the indie hit But I'm a Cheerleader.She discovers and accepts herself through Du Vall’s character. This time, it’s Du Vall’s Jessie and Lyonne’s Sarah staging an intervention, as a couple whose sexuality is normalized to the point where their “otherness” is never highlighted.