Game of Thrones: Season 8 [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Though I had some GOT-esque scenario in mind on how it would end and speculated on the main character ending up as the king/queen of the Seven Realms. Commentating on Episode 4 are director of photography David Franco, Grey Worm actor Jacob Anderson, Missandei actress Nathalie Emmanuel, and Euron Greyjoy actor Pilou Asbaek. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plots, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; and all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond.
Meanwhile, Jon’s true identity promises to undermine Dany’s claim to the Iron Throne…and, of course, Cersei has a devious strategy of her own. It all seemed a little rushed, perhaps due to contractual commitments and the fact the cast were released to do other things.Up next are six really nice animated mini-features explaining the history and lore of Westeros, running to more than 25 minutes in total. And Robert seeks out his only other ally in all of Westeros, his childhood friend Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark. Technical merits are generally solid, though I personally found the video side of things to be a little lackluster this season. There’s even a discussion about the infamous accidental coffee cup from episode four, during which the producers try to blame an outraged Clarke. B. Weiss, along with major stars and behind-the-scenes players, breaking down all that went into the colossal filming of the Battle of Winterfell in Season 8, Episode 3.
It's a pity that the TV production couldn't wait for George RR Martin to catch up and finish his books - I'd have like to have seen his vision for the characters and story ending.B. Weiss, together with Emilia Clarke, and one by director of photography Jonathan Freeman and camera operator Ben Wilson. I do highly recommend, but I also have a nagging feeling the last Season, Season 8, could've have been more. Even on a format as immaculate as 4K Blu-ray there are moments - particularly where Jon and Daenerys fly on their dragons through the cloudy night sky - where the picture starts to struggle a touch. Purchased as gift as husband had watched series 1 - 7 and I thought he should watch the final series. Duty is the Death of Love: A compelling look at how the team behind Game of Thrones and its major stars, including Kit Harington, Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke, brought the show to its conclusion in the series finale, "The Iron Throne.