Saturday, February 2, 2013

Happy Groundhog Day (the movie, not the day)



Actor Lee Pace (center) femulating in the 2003 film Soldier’s Girl.




Wearing Moschino.


  1. I haven't seen Soldier's Girl and can't find a copy. I have seen a few scenes from it, and Lee does an amazing job!

    1. Hi Julie --- The film is available from Amazon.

  2. Dear Stana,

    SOLDIER'S GIRL is an excellent film, albeit a very sad and tragic one based on true events. Knowing your keen interest in tall girls, Lee Pace (the male femulating protagonist in the film) is 6-3. He was marvelous in the role. He seemed absolutely comfortable acting ultra-feminine and wearing many very feminine outfits and lingerie. He currently can be seen in THE HOBBIT.

    Here's a lovely quote from Lee (taken from his Wikipedia entry) ...

    Of the role, Pace has said:
    "Not even my excellent training at Juilliard prepared me for my first movie role, where I played a transsexual who falls in love with a military guy in Soldier's Girl. Here I was, this 6'3" 190-pound lanky kid from Chickasha, Oklahoma, not knowing how to begin being a woman. So I saw documentaries about transsexuals, I lost twenty-five pounds, and I put on prosthetic boobs and hips to become that character. There were times I'd look in the mirror and wonder 'what am I doing to my life here? My dad is going to kill me!' But the reason I went into acting was to be able to play parts as complicated and important as this one. In playing a transsexual, I got the chance to help change people's perspective about other people and that is a powerful thing. I'm playing a swashbuckling bandit in my next film, but I'll always be proud of Soldier's Girl."