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Jessica Allen

Funny, I think he has a wholly masculine face. I don't know why. Maybe because he's thin and there are no soft contours to it. I thought about this during the scene in The Hour where Hector smuggled him out of the building in a scarf, and it seemed to me he didn't pass for a female at all. At the same time, because of his frame and his gracefulness and personality, I think he has a very lovely androgynous quality, and I suspect he will come across as female if he puts his mind and acting skills toward it. It will be fun!

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