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The last season of Game of Thrones has enormously divided the fans, but also the main actors of the HBO show. It is now Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's turn to speak out on the controversial end of his character.
Definitely, the end ofdoes not cease to speak. The hasty, if not botched, ending of the series and outcome of some characters has angered many viewers. And more years after the end of the clap, the pill still seems to be struggling to pass with some fans who still cannot turn the page. asking that HBO remake the last season.
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A controversial ending
Fans were not the only ones to have expressed their disappointment with this disappointing ending.of the early believers. or who would have liked of Cersei Lannister. However, not all actors share this opinion. Thus believes that the death reserved for his character Jaime Lannister was quite logical, given his trajectory. He thus takes the opposite view from the fans who did not like to see Jaime return to his sister and thus find death there, even though he seemed to have released his grip by starting a relationship with Brienne ( ).
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A Logical Death
"You wonder if he's changed and escaped this destructive relationship. He's so tied to this code of honor that family comes first, and he and Cersei have a strong bond at every level. He has to come back to her. She's all alone. He's the last person she has. He has to try to save her. It makes sense, even if you don't want to .. . It would have been wonderful if he and Brienne could have had a life together. But he says it himself as he leaves: 'Have you ever given up on a fight?' We had to do it. Things we can do for love ... " thus confided the actor in the book by James Hibberd on the behind the scenes of the series, entitled Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon.
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