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Tatiana Maslany: Dreaming in Clone

8. @OBstorylines via Twitter: Now it’s all over, do you ever find yourself slipping back into any of the clones’ mannerisms and/or attitudes?
TM:
No, I haven’t really. But I’m sure they’ll pop up now and then when I’m working.

9. @CloneClubAUS via Twitter: Did you ever anticipate, when you signed on to this project, that you would be apart of something so profoundly resonating and life changing to so many people and what have you taken away from creating and sharing with Evelyne such an important story?
TM:
I never could’ve imagined the effect Cosima and Delphine would have on people. It was so moving and incredible. Hearing stories of people coming out, feeling seen, feeling like the couple gave them permission or urging to be themselves, freely. It was the most amazing experience for all of us, and we brought it with us to set every day.

10. Bryoney C. via Facebook: What did you do to unwind after shooting an intense scene as any/All of the clones? How did you unpack from that and keep yourself safe? I only ask given how in depth each clone was. You truly nailed the differences between them impeccably. Also, what was the toughest scene you shot, and why? Thank you for 5 years of joy watching the seestras get closer and for an ending that truly was for the fans!
TM:
I feel like the only time I really unwound was once we’d finished filming. There’s just an energy we all had to maintain to get the job done, so it didn’t let up until we wrapped. And in terms of the toughest scene, the single shot clone scene between Sarah and MK was very difficult and ambitious, but that’s what made it so fun for us. It was a huge technical challenge and Kathryn, my clone double, and Geoff Scott, FX, did incredible work.

11. elavy D. via Facebook: Sarah was a strong character, but even having her family, her sestras and friendzone supporting her, she was clearly unhappy, unsattisfied. Do you think she got what she wanted to be happy at the end? Or does she need something else?
TM:
I don’t know that it’s in Sarah’s nature to ever feel satisfied. But I feel like she has allowed more happiness into her life. I feel like she will always battle with whether she is worthy of that happiness and love, but her sisters will certainly always help her through that.

12. Eli R. via Facebook: In real life: If you had a clone, would you like to have it? What would you do if you had one?
I love u Tat! Iam Eliana, from Argentina.
TM:
I’d get them to do all my housework 🙂

13. Maria E. via Facebook: hey Tat, as an actress did you create your own method to create your characters in OB or used another already known?
TM:
It’s never just one method. I’ve trained for years doing various kinds of scene study, improv, Meisner, voice work, dance. So it’s always a combination of those; anything that feels helpful and creative.

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