Originally Posted by Beryl
I'm impressed that she seems to have perfected the subtle differences between accents in North America let alone the European ones.
The European ones aren't all that impressive, although good enough for American work. But she does an amazing job of distinguishing the characters down to a very fine level (not just relying on clothing and an accent to do the work for her). Each character has her own very distinct personality.
As I said before, there's at least one occasion in each episode where I literally forget that it's all the same actor. (And some of that has to be down to the FX people; I've never seen "split-screen" work this good. I understand they actually invented new technology to "naturalize" it. But a lot of is it down to Maslany.)