Game of Thrones Season 6: A response to critics on sex and violence in a cut scene?
Several months before the broadcast of Season 7 of Game of Thrones, small return on a cut scene of season 6 and what it could mean …
One more ! The DVD release of season 6 Game of Thrones reveals many cut scenes – including one on Ghost that melty has proposed to you there is little – and this is still an unpublished scene that we deliver in video below. The video in question brings together numerous cut scenes and other longer versions than those we saw in the series but it is the one that interests us 4’20 . This is the play Arya sees Braavos and recreates the events of King’s Landing, Joffrey’s death and other festivities. But it could be that the showrunners Series HBO took advantage of this curveball to get a short message to their viewers. Indeed when two women from the public see the scene of violence, one of them made a remark to another: “violence and obscenity, as it is original.”
Those interested in a little controversy surrounding the show will know that this is what has often been criticized including many nude scenes deemed unnecessary and sometimes graphic violence can be shocking – Oberyn is good to you we think … Then when the actress who has the role of Sansa Stark in the play are left with the topless, both women express their displeasure again stressing that this nudity is “disgusting, unacceptable and completely free” . Again, one might think that these remarks are too similar to those made in respect of the series for be it a chance. And it does not stop there as there is a good response to these criticisms. From the first notes of the two women, Arya, who is near them, look at them with disdain to answer “Nothing forces you to stay” , which could be understood as “nothing forces you to look at.” All this is of course just speculation and the scene has been edited out, polemical point. Meanwhile news of the result, we wondered if Daenerys Azor could be Ahai in season 7 of Game of Thrones . And you what do you think ?