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    [Book Spoilers] EP506 Discussion v. 2

    I'm very disapointed. I understand that TV show must be independente and I really don't like to compare with the books. Each one is a story by itself, with the needs and particularities of each medium. I understand that each character is in his own journey in the story. Sansa will be proved, and all "The Power of the Myth" stuff, and will growth as a character. BUT it seems that last episode pushes beyond of that. It's beyond her journey Sansa going through by all Jeyne Poole has passed in the books. Sansa going to Winterfell does not makes sense at all, but the rape scene seems even more misplaced, unecessary. This is why nobody is talking about other plots: there is nothing to drawn attention and producers rely upon sex elements to catch viewers. By now, GoT episodes just get attention by rape and prejudice scenes, which is well beyond of the usual reality of "violence happens all the time and women and children suffer more".
  2. Black_Brother

    [Book Spoilers] EP506 Discussion v. 2

    I'm very disapointed. I understand that TV show must be independente and I really don't like to compare with the books. Each one is a story by itself, with the needs and particularities of each medium. I understand that each character is in his own journey in the story. Sansa will be proved, and all "The Power of the Myth" stuff, and will growth as a character. BUT it seems that last episode pushes beyond of that. It's beyond her journey Sansa going through by all Jeyne Poole has passed in the books. Sansa going to Winterfell does not makes sense at all, but the rape scene seems even more misplaced, unecessary. This is why nobody is talking about other plots: there is nothing to drawn attention and producers rely upon sex elements to catch viewers. By now, GoT episodes just get attention by rape and prejudice scenes, which is well beyond of the usual reality of "violence happens all the time and women and children suffer more".
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