Many Game of Thrones fans have criticized the last season of the series, in which Daenarys, played by Emilia Clarke, becomes tyrannical and cold. The actress revealed that she struggled with producers to give a semblance of humanity to her character and failed to understand that she suddenly felt so cold.
In James Hibberd’s “Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon,” many actors from the “Game of Thrones” series borrowed the interview game, as the book goes into depth about this television show that has become a phenomenon over the years. This fiction reached such proportions that fans hardly hid their disappointment at the end of the last season, which aired for eight years. In this final season, Daenarys Targaryen becomes a tyrannical, cold and unemotional leader. In this regard, Emilia Clarke, who plays the “mother of dragons”, announced that she had fought with the producers because she found it inconclusive that her character should be so “cold and expressionless”. “I kept wondering why I was being given these instructions. I’m the guy who always asks how to do it better, but I knew my character inside out and knew what to play.” She said. Speaking of her portrayal last season, she said, “Sometimes I defend myself a little by saying, ‘I understand that she must be a powerful, unwavering and ruthless force. But right now it is. still human. So I’m going to interpret it that way and I really pray you keep it in the edit. ‘”(Belga / Belga)
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