One of the creative thing about Game Of Thrones season 6 is that this doesn’t waste a single minute. Immediately, it picks up immediately where it left off last season, and that’s what public likes. After a great tracking shot beginning at the Wall and sweeping over Castle Black, Jon Snow is the first thing we see, laying on his back in the frozen snow in a puddle of his own darkened, drying blood. Ghost howls mournfully, the snow falls and winter isn’t coming, it’s definitely here, and the bodies are falling about as quickly as the snow.
The best part of this episode includes, surprisingly, Sansa and Reek/Theon.They are Pursued by men of Bolton and by hounds, They were wading across icy rivers and also men with hounds were concerning them. Theon worked too much to redeem himself. He was offering to distract the hounds so that Sansa could flee. Unlike breaking Sansa out of Winterfell, this was the horrible idea, but of-course Theon deserves some credit for his bold moves.
The day was saved with a really really inspiring music by Deus ex Brienne of Tarth…
That was really stunning heroic moment for her that once again Brienne came to the aid of the Starks when he needed the most. that was a great fighting scene, Brienne and Pod were appropriately heroic even Theon also gets in on the action he saved Pod from the last of the Bolton foot soldiers. It’s also much needed, as it finalises Theon’s redemption and actually gives Sansa a glimmer of hope to offset some of last season’s Stark abuse. this is positivity in an episode where it seems like every thing is heading towards the disastrous end.
It’s always a thrill to come back to Westeros, but for every moment like Varys and Tyrion walking through Meereen or a spear through the back of Trystane Martell’s head, there’s something else happening that’s just as ominous or unsettling. The episode has plenty of breathing space, and the balance between the various story lines is just right. The Night’s Watch is probably the A plot, but there’s not too much of it.
Jon and the Night’s Watch are headed towards violence, as Dolorous Edd is off to round up an army of wildlings to fight against the very traitors who put the knife to the Lord Commander and Davos is so desperate for help he’s willing to turn to the very woman he’s actively tried to kill, Melisandre. Ramsay hinges his future on his ability to recapture Sansa Stark, who Roose needs to hold the North against a potential Lannister army (and we’ve already discussed how that goes for Ramsay). Daenerys is captured by Dothraki, fated for a one-way trip to Vaes Dothrak with all the other Khaleesi widows, and her only hope is a grayscale-infected Jorah Mormont and Daario, who seems more interested in poking at Jorah than in saving his lover. Meanwhile, in King’s Landing and in Dorne, royal blood is being shed as a continent prepares for all-out war.
All the scenes at one side but the most emotionally affecting scene is when Cersei hears that a boat from Dorne has arrived. She rushes down to greet the boat as it was approaching towards royal harbour, and it’s beautiful to behold. “Lena Headey” ( Cersie in Game of Thrones ) is such a great actress…
Oh yes! her acting was really impressive that the way she plays this scene is just a stomach punch. She’s so hopeful, so happy, and very slowly, the expression fades from her face as she realizes that Myrcella isn’t going to be there to greet her. Expected or not, that’s a hard thing for her to come to terms with, even if it brings her closer to Jaime. I,ll say she is impossible…
According to me the Writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have to be praised for the episode they conveyed, The fifty minutes episode just start and it comes to an end and disappeared in the blink of an eye. It contains every kind of scenes like emotional,funny,irritating and fascinating as well wildly entertaining. Best of all, it only hints at the madness yet to come. After all, the episode closes with Melisandre turning into a withered old crone after taking off her Lord of Light vestments, so there’s no telling what kind of magic she possesses.