"Well, it becomes consensual by the end, because anything for them ultimately results in a turn-on, especially a power struggle."

Alex Graves totally missing what actually happened in the Jaime/Cersei scene he directed [x] (via oursisthefury)

the incredible bit is there are really precise moments in the middle where the scene looks like it’s getting consensual and then it gets WRITTEN AND DIRECTED AWAY

there’s a moment where it looks like she’s into the kiss and then it ends with him throwing her to the ground and her crying “it’s not right” with every thrust.

it was explicit. it was a decision. it was a decision beginning to end. they acknowledged, within-scene, within blocking, that they could do something else. they chose this.

and the director is so proud of it. he said so.

(via whoistorule)

"Hopefully they didn’t read the books…"

— David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (via housetarqaryens)

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