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Dreamscale
Posted: February 22nd, 2019, 7:50pm Report to Moderator
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Saga - as LC pointed out, is a fairly famous female character in a fantastic Danish/Swedish TV thriller - which you all should watch - I think the assumption that Saga is male may come from the fact that most rom-coms are boy-girl - which I didn't want.


All cool and shit, but, if I remember correctly, there was no way to know Saga was a chick until late into the script.

Just saying...



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All cool and shit, but, if I remember correctly, there was no way to know Saga was a chick until late into the script.

Just saying...



Yes, I remember, too. I had to go back and read because I thought I had missed something; so I was blaming myself.




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It's a girls name in Sweden Jeff, some people who don't live in Sweden seem to know this and some don't...

I thought I was clear with this dialogue, top of first page

          ROSE
Erm, that word has another meaning
here in Britain.

           SAGA (O.S.)
Oh, what?

           ROSE
Er, it means... well, testicle.

Saga's turn to laugh.

           SAGA (O.S.)
Ha, well, that's not something we
have to worry about then.


Because girls don't generally have testicles...

  


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