You know the one I mean.
If not, both Screen Rant's and Nerdist's articles have a comprehensive collection of what happened and the comments made by those involved (director Alex Graves, showrunners David Benioff/Dan Wiess, actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldeu, and author George R.R. Martin). The one at Nerdist even provides the full text from both the scene as it plays out in the episode and in A Storm of Swords, which is great for making a comparison of both content and intent.
Admittedly, before I wrote about this scene I did want to watch it again. I wanted to give it my full, undivided attention. I wanted to be able to analyze Lena Headey’s facial expressions, her body language, everything. But then I thought more about it, and y’know, I shouldn’t have to nitpick the fuck out of this scene to tell whether or not it’s depicting rape.
Exactly. The whole thing was just wrong. I mean it came from nowhere and as you said, it’s so not Jamie. I mean, HE was the one who saved Brienne, HE is the one who’s made it very clear that he actually LOVES Cersei. I don’t know, I feel like they should have stuck with the book on this one…
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