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Anne vs. Anne by LadyAquanine73551 Anne vs. Anne by LadyAquanine73551
This is how I feel about Natalie Dormer's portrayal of Anne Boleyn on the tv show "The Tudors."
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Flamestar00 Jan 23, 2014  Student General Artist
Lol
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:iconandromedaminecraft:
Anne loved french hoods and bell sleeves, in the series she wore a french hood just one time.
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NokturnaMortum Sep 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Natalie Dormer as an actress portrayed Anne well, but most of the wardrobe made her more whorish than the real Ane was
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:iconladyaquanine73551:
Not only that, but some of it made her look fat & stumpy & didn't flatter her at all.
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:iconjakegothicsnake:
I don't understand why they didn't have the female cast of the tudors wear more historically accurate gable and french hoods! I saw several episodes of the the tudors and only twice did I see female extras sport historically accurate gable hoods! >_<;
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:iconladyaquanine73551:
You got me :shrug:. I don't understand why Joan Bergin insisted the women wear long, straight, Victorian sleeves w/ their dresses, or why the men were sporting Elizabethan men's fashions. What's even more of a mystery is, why are some of these costumes beautiful or eye-catching, whilst others are horrible?
My theory is the costume designer was on crack & on her off-days she'd make the nasty costumes :giggle:.
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:iconelistariel:
In Natalie Dormer's defense - some people can't wear contacts. I'm one of them. I've tried several different kinds over the years, but my eyes were just too dry. I've literally had contacts dry up and fall out of my eyes within 15 minutes of putting them in.
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:iconladyaquanine73551:
Are you saying she couldn't either? They could have always digitally made her eyes dark. They've been doing that for movie/tv characters since the 80s.
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