"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke said she has seen footage of Adolf Hitler and other historical dictators to prepare for her epic speech as Daenerys Targaryen in the series' final on Sunday.
Clarke's character, also known as Mother of the Dragons, and about half a dozen other names, delivered a thrilling speech in two fictional languages, Valyrian and Dothraki, which the actress had to learn over the course of the Eight Seasons series.
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"And you can! You can absolutely understand what Hitler's saying is, "said Clarke." These speakers with a focus speak a foreign language, so I thought, 'If I can believe every single word I say, the audience does not have to be too involved subtitles. "
Clark said that although he had made many speeches in the ten years she worked," Game of Thrones "preparing for the finale," almost killed her "
"I knew this was one of Daenery's most solid, holistic moments as a character," Clarke said, referring to Daenery's transformation into the Mad Queen.
The actress living in Belfast, Northern Ireland, said she was stayed awake for two months each evening to rehearse in front of colleagues, in front of their refrigerator, and even outside the window, before finally performing them in front of a theater green screen.
"And in the morning I had been practicing I did not sleep at all, because I was awake all night, thinking with tears, 'I can not do that. I can not get through without messing up my lines. Clarke said.
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"Then the weirdest thing happened – I went to the set, did not need a rehearsal. and I got the whole thing off to a perfect start. The rest of the day was like Daenerys was just there for me, "Clarke went on, admitting that she had already forgotten the speech the next day.
The finale of the "Game of Thrones" series set a new HBO rating of all time record after 13.6 spectators who, according to Hollywood Reporters, were tuned to the premiere on Sunday night.