All that is to appear in the scenes of the Game of Thrones for the future is before us in the form of projections.
The Game of Thrones has had its director make some plans for its days which are yet to come. Alik Sakharov, the director of the famed series, has played his part in the current action sequences as well as the trial of Tyrion that got shown the previous time.
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Oberyn’s sticking up for Tyrion is about to revolutionize the flavor of the series. Alik Sakharov directed this week's episode as well as last week's trial of Tyrion. According to the director, who is very accomplished at what he does, the Tyrion conundrum is the very crux of the direction the series will take in the next few episodes.
"That scene basically defines the next two episodes. It's a very big setup," Sakharov tells The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor who plays Littlefinger in the series is portrayed being brutally straightforward with Sansa. "This is one of the only times where Littlefinger was very, very honest with Sansa," says Sakharov
Meanwhile, the smooching scene with Sophie Turner was quite an ordeal both emotionally and physically. "Sophie was great because she understood the scene from such depth," says Sakharov.
Sophie was a little less mature as far as age is concerned. As for the gardens that are created to look so beautiful, with flowers and shrubs and greenery of all sorts in them, they have been formed painstakingly by the set designers who were hired for the express purpose.
One of the stars who worked on set was very ill with a malady yet he gave it his all. This was a big sacrifice on his part. And as for the Moon Door it too was arranged with a lot of care and confidence. Tyrion has many very important scenes which he enacts. The total number of conversations he has is three in number and all three of them are very meaningful.
Every scene was a tough job in itself yet at the end of the day everybody felt satisfied with what they had accomplished. Overall there are over a dozen scenes which make this series a perfectly filling TV drama of sorts.