I owe the costume designer of A Knight’s Talean apology. I always just assumed she was running amok, and then today I ran across Lady with a Squirrel dated 1526. I wonder if all of Jocelyn’s costumes are actually just bizarre-but-historical fashion tangents.
Problem: making a historically-accurate movie set in the 13th century
Solution: go balls-to-the-wall and give the leading lady awesomely anachronistic costumes and make sure she wears face paint, dyed extensions, and pants during the fancy ball scene.
Apparently instead of sleeping with the pigs, we’re sleeping with the squirrels. evhayes redrantinghood