To the delight of many Game of Thrones fans, the Sunday Night Void on HBO, in which new episodes of the fantasy series were normally aired, was not titled with a new episode, but with a documentary filled. Game of Thrones: The Last Watch by British filmmaker Jeanie Finlay. The document, which aired on Sunday evening, drew David Benioff and D.B. Weiss's last season of GoT which was probably one of the most ambitious – and most divisive – hitherto. Despite the mixed reactions of the masses, there is no question that the last season was one of the most epic ever seen on television.
The last clock gets dirty and gets into the blood and into the mud to show what happened. The eighth and final season of the series is based on the books of George RR Martin. It devoted itself to the challenges of leaving Westeros' fantasy world, but pulled back the curtain to take in the more intimate moments that made the end of this journey personal to the creators, crew and actors involved in filming in Northern Ireland. 1
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One of the most memorable moments in the documentary was that Kit Harington was in The Gray Worm (Jacob Anderson) kills prisoners after King's Landing was burned to the ground in his last scene in which he moved. We also saw him becoming emotional while reading a book when he found out he was the one to kill his aunt / mistress Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), which is proof of how much the actors have invested in these characters, that have cemented themselves into the history of television. Lets see the shaky journey of Dany as we see the decisions to hide Clarke's dark hair with this braided platinum mane. We can even see her rehearsing a scene with a towel on her head instead of a wig – something that makes her giggle.
The documentary not only gives us a glimpse behind the scenes of the actors involved, but also a behind-the-scenes look at heroes who bring the details of the show to life. From costumes to weapons and stage design to storyboards and stunts in the fight against choreography, the world created by the Game of Thrones team is downright remarkable. Many dramas, unexpected problems and speed issues (such as extreme weather and missing toilets on set) are brought to the fore to give GoT fans an idea of what problems the team faced us this past season , Suddenly a stray coffee cup does not seem to be such a big problem.
"The way in which Game of Thrones is developed is that every episode contains a lot like every movie, but we have to do it faster and with less money," said producer Christopher Newman the documentation.
We can see the fake bodies, discussions about the speed of direwolves and parts that were scattered across King's Landing (I mean, did you really think so?) They were real bodies?) And those of Sarah and Barrie Gower created prosthesis. Speaking of which, we see Vladimír Furdík's transformation into the Night King and the numerous adjustments required to achieve the perfect scene in which he was killed by Arya (Maisie Williams).
In addition to Harington's emotional response to Jon Snow Dany, we will see many emotions throughout the cast and crew as they finally say goodbye.