I don't think so, kind sir;
I don't think so.
I'm deeply sorry your name is even
involved in this well-meaning mess.
Ahead, you have not my words,
but Carol Grant's, in an article
that you may have already read,
and one that I utterly concur with
on every level imaginable:
"...You get this in Redmayne's performance, of course, only instead of approximating a single individual, he's approximating femininity itself, ratcheting his exaggerated, nervous physical ticks to 11 when playing both Einar and Lili. As Einar, he's doing a proto-Stephen Hawking, with shaking hands, sad eyes, a sickly complexion, and a breathy voice. As Lili, he performs womanhood by way of stereotype...