“It is your traditional ‘Lord of the Flies’ situation, in order that they have this wild, primitive, feral type of really feel to it,” Wilkinson stated of the costumes. “And possibly that explains slightly little bit of older Cassian’s innate wildness and riot.”
For those who rewatch the scenes on Kenari, you’ll be able to see that a number of the clothes was clearly made for older individuals, and a few of it’s reduce and belted on. It additionally seems that the youngsters have been left alone for a very long time. Cassian, who was referred to as Kassa again then (performed by Antonio Viña), seems to be round 9 years outdated, so he (and the opposite youngsters) have probably been dwelling with no grownup supervision for fairly some time when the ship crashes and he is adopted by Maarva and Clem Andor (Fiona Shaw and Gary Beadle, respectively).
The StarWars.com article went on to clarify that Wilkinson imagined that the youngsters developed their clothes based mostly on the remnants of what was round them, together with issues from their earlier lives. “We figured the children would’ve used the uniforms of the adults to type of chop up and repurpose,” Wilkinson stated. “It had this primitive combine with work put on that they’d personalized with feathers and beads and trinkets and stolen or foraged components from the city world that they used to reside in, a combination of contemporary industrial blended with natural jungle textures.”
Since Cassian started the sequence by trying to find the little sister he left behind on Kenari when Maarva and Clem discovered him, it is doable that we’ll see extra flashbacks to Kenari within the second season of the sequence.
Season 1 of “Andor” is at the moment streaming on Disney+.