convincing or not?
convincing or not?
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She makes a pretty looking boy. Some boys are pretty(look at the guys who play Loras and Lancel, they could be a tad more masculine). A lot of pre-pubescent boys don't look very manly, so I think it's fine.
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She's pretending to be a young boy not a grown man, I don't see her voice being a problem.
Some tween girls can have deeper voices than tween boys. Some boys can sing soprano before they hit puberty, and some boys voices don't change until they are in their later teens(and I'm sure some of them even get teased and bullied about it).Given all that, I just don't see Maisie's face or voice as an issue for her to play Arya passing herself off as a boy, you're free to think otherwise though.
The only thing that I can see as possibly being an issue, is if they have her wearing a thin light colored shirt again without the vest (like she was at the end of last season); Maisie isn't as flat chested as a boy, and it was noticible at one point when Arya was being dragged around that she is a teen girl.
You can definitely see she has a girlish figure. They should probably bind her breasts because even in that first picture it's pretty obvious. Face-wise she's kind of neutral (even in her normal picture) so that's good, but her voice is very girlish although they could probably adjust that post-production.
Soldier On (AO3):
General Jack O'Neill is bored with flying a desk and takes the chance to go off-world again when the opportunity presents itself. Not wanting to play favorites he leaves SG-1 behind with Carter in charge of the base and takes Ferretti and a diplomatic team with him. Of course, things don't go as planned and it's up to Sam to mount a S&R mission and bring them home safely.
-> Chapter 11
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