Tom Wlaschiha spielt in der erfolgreichen Fantasy-Saga "Game of Thrones" den lässt Jaqen wissen, dass sie kein Niemand, sondern Arya Stark von Winterfell. Game of Thrones Recap: Staffel 6 Folge 8 “Niemand” (Spoiler!) Author: Helena Ceredov Helena Ceredov | Game of Thrones Poster. © HBO. "Niemand"1 (im Original "No One")2 ist die achte Folge der sechsten Staffel von Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones: Das ist Jaqen H'ghar"Niemand"1 (im Original "No One")2 ist die achte Folge der sechsten Staffel von Game of Thrones. "Ein Mann ist niemand."- Diesen Satz kennen Game of Thrones-Fans aus dem Mund des Gesichtlosen Mannes, der sich Arya Stark als Jaqen. Game of Thrones Recap: Staffel 6 Folge 8 “Niemand” (Spoiler!) Author: Helena Ceredov Helena Ceredov | Game of Thrones Poster. © HBO.
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Die fiktive Welt von Westeros, in der sich Jahreszeiten über Jahre hinziehen: Sieben Königreiche bevölkern den Kontinent, ständig gibt es Kriege, Machtkämpfe in den einzelnen Königshäusern, Morde und Intrigen.
Im Zentrum dieser ständigen Machtverschiebungen stehen drei mächtige Adelshäuser: Die Starks, die Lannisters und die Baratheons, dessen Oberhaupt Robert Baratheon derzeit auf dem Eisernen Thron sitzt.
Doch auch die vor Jahren abgesetzte und verbannte Königsfamilie Targaryen plant, in Form der jungen Daenerys, ihre Rückkehr an die Macht.
Jamie Lannister wägt seine Möglichkeiten ab, während seine Schwester Königinmutter Cersei auf eine Bitte reagiert.
Tyrion Lannisters Pläne tragen inzwischen Früchte. Und Arya Stark muss sich einem neuen Test stellen. Text: Sky. Home Alle Serien Die Simpsons Family Guy Game of Thrones How I Met Your Mother South Park The Walking Dead Two and a Half Men Mehr Serien Serienvorschläge Suche nach Serien nach Episoden Zufall Zufall einstellen Forum Mehr Filme Serienkalender Hilfe Team Regeln Statistiken Game of Thrones Staffel 6 Die fiktive Welt von Westeros, in der sich Jahreszeiten über Jahre hinziehen: Sieben Königreiche bevölkern den Kontinent, ständig gibt es Kriege, Machtkämpfe in den einzelnen Königshäusern, Morde und Intrigen.
Cersei then attends a royal announcement by Tommen in the throne room, but Kevan Lannister refuses to let her stand by his side.
Tommen announces when Cersei and Loras' trials will be held, and that, in consultation with the High Sparrow, he has decided to end the practice of trial by combat as a means of resolving conflicts.
Cersei is unnerved by the prospect of a trial by seven septons instead. Qyburn then reports to Cersei about a "rumor" that she ordered him to investigate, and remarks that it is "more, much more".
Lady Crane returns to her apartments to find a wounded Arya hiding inside, and helps stitch her wounds. She tells Arya that she has taken revenge on her rival Bianca and offers to have Arya join her troupe, but Arya refuses, intending to discover what lies west of Westeros.
As Arya recovers, the Waif arrives and kills Lady Crane, intending to kill Arya as well. Arya flees through the streets of Braavos, reopening her wound in the process, to her hideout with the Waif in pursuit.
As the Waif closes in, Arya brandishes Needle, extinguishing the candle lighting the room; having trained while blinded for several weeks, Arya has the upper hand.
At the House of Black and White, Jaqen follows a bloodtrail to the Hall of Faces, where he finds the Waif's face before being held at sword-point by Arya.
Jaqen congratulates Arya for finally becoming No One, but she rejects the title, asserting her identity as Arya Stark and declaring that she is "going home.
In the "Inside the Episode" featurette published by HBO following the airing of the episode, David Benioff spoke about the revelation in King's Landing, and Tommen's decision to abolish "trial by combat," stating "This moment is a grievous blow for Cersei because she's been counting on trial by combat really since the end of season five.
This was always her ace in the hole, the Mountain was never going to lose a trial by combat there's no one out there who could beat him.
And then Tommen takes it away from her and knowing really what he's doing. He might be a weak King, but he's not an idiot, he understands that this move is going to mean that she's probably not going to fare that well in this trial.
So it's a pretty devastating moment for Cersei, and you see that in her reaction, and partly because it just bodes so ill for this coming trial, and partly because it's her own son who's really betrayed her.
Speaking about the siege of Riverrun, Weiss noted about Brienne and Jaime's reunion that "Jaime didn't expect to see Brienne necessarily ever again, he certainly didn't expect to see her marching into his military camp.
And his relationship is obviously very complicated, and fraught, and has undercurrents that he's uncomfortable with feeling.
He'd be well within his rights to send his men after her, to capture her, and it wouldn't be that hard to capture her since she's being slowly rowed away by Podrick, but he doesn't.
She might technically be an enemy now that she's serving Sansa Stark, who is still obviously a suspect in Joffrey's murder, but she's not Jaime's enemy.
Clive Russell, who portrayed Brynden "Blackfish" Tully in the series, spoke about his character's encounter with Brienne of Tarth, in an interview with IGN , noting "Brienne represented for him his young self, a person of integrity, a soldier of integrity, trying to do the right thing.
That added to the conflict he felt of what was the right thing to do: whether to send men to Sansa or not. She was talking to an older man who's, initially, very irritated by her being there, but eventually takes her very, very seriously.
There's a touching moment where he acknowledges that to her face. It's very touching and sad, and I think that's what it's about.
He's really recognizing the next generation of what I once was. In the conclusion of the "Inside the Episode" segment Weiss spoke about Arya's story, saying "Arya is in danger, she's got an open wound in her stomach, and the one person who has protected her to this point unfortunately gets murdered.
The fact that the Many-Faced God gets the people who have been promised to him really makes you think that there's almost an inevitability about what happens to people who run afoul of the Faceless Men, as Arya has done.
The implication, obviously, is that Jaqen was, on some level, rooting for the outcome that he got. He may be "no one," but there's still enough of a person left in him to respect, and admire who this girl is and what she's become.
Arya finally tells us something that we've kind of known all along, that she's not no one, she's Arya Stark of Winterfell. Kind of like Robin Hood.
So I thought, that's how I'll play the guy. The episode also featured the deaths of several recurring characters in the series.
Faye Marsay, who portrayed the Waif, spoke about her participation in the episode, and leaving Game of Thrones after several seasons, saying "As much as I'm sad that I'm now off of the show, I think that storyline needed to be concluded that way.
I'm rooting for Arya and Maisie as well. Even though I won't be able to hang out with everyone again, I think it was done right and done properly.
I think Arya deserved to rip off her face and stick it on a wall. In the first scene featuring Sandor "the Hound" Clegane, comedian Steve Love was cast as one of the Brotherhood members killed by the Hound.
Love previously had become known for his impressions of various Game of Thrones characters, uploading the video to YouTube , which ultimately resulted in his appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Following the appearance, Love stated that he had received an email from Benioff offering him a part in the show, saying "I broached the subject by sending them an email back saying 'Listen I don't know what your plans are for me but it would really mean a lot to me if I could have one of those trademark Game of Thrones gruesome death scenes, and they wrote back saying 'Actually Steve, that was exactly what we had in mind for you.
Mylod previously directed the fifth season episodes " High Sparrow " and " Sons of the Harpy ". Mylod also directed the previous episode, " The Broken Man ", for the sixth season.
Mylod additionally spoke about filming the final scenes of the episode, the foot chase between Arya and the Waif, in the behind the scenes featurette published by HBO after the airing of the episode.
Mylod stated that he did extensive research in order to create the foot chase, saying "I devoured every foot chase in the history of cinema, but trying to take from that something that would fit into the blueprint of the Game of Thrones visual style, which is not necessarily the same kind of kinetic, handheld feel that you find in many contemporary thrillers.
It's a much more classic frame. It was actually a conscious choice in the writing and I think, for me, a very elegant storytelling beat as to get that reveal a few seconds later.
In an interview, Maisie Williams described the thought process behind Arya's scenes, as well as the process of filming saying "We wanted people to think this could be the end, or the start of the end.
Like maybe her wound is going to fester — like The Hound. Arya's been very lucky with the people she's encountered so far.
The whole time she was with The Hound she took a back seat because he was really good. So I wanted her to look like she was struggling. I got on set and they were going to have Arya rolling around, and diving, and I was like, "That looks amazing, but no.
She'd just duck under here and just get out. And I felt awful because the job of the stunt guys is to make everything look as crazy and cool as possible.
But I know Arya now. In the beginning it was a lot of guesswork and now I've figured her out. Faye Marsay, who portrayed the Waif, spoke about her scenes and filming with Williams, saying, "I think we did a month in Belfast before we started shooting.
We went into the stunt tent and lived there. Wenn Magaery mit ihrem Plan nicht eher dazwischenfunkt. Für Cersei stand noch ein Zweikampf aus.
Ein Kampf, den sie Gregor für sich entscheiden lassen wollte und so wäre sie frei gekommen und all ihrer Sünden wären vergessen.
Doch vom heutige Tag an, sind Zweikämpfe in allen Sieben Landen verboten. Niemand soll sich damit vor seiner Strafe drücken können uns so müssen Cersei und Loras sich vor sieben Septonen verantworten.
Da bin ich mal auf den Ausgang gespannt! Kurzer Auftritt der Drachenmutter. Als Meereen angegriffen wird, rumpelt sie plötzlich zur Tür herein.
Das nenne ich mal einen dramatischer Auftritt. Und Boom! Doch Arya hat die Schnauze voll, hinterlässt bei Jaqen ihre neue Adresse und macht sich auf nach Hause.
Ob im Staffelfinale alle lebenden Stark-Kinder im gleichen Land sind? Wir werden sehen. Die heutige Folge hatte wieder etwas an Fahrt aufgenommen und für mich ist es so irgendwie die perfekte Geschwindigkeit.
Es ist viel passiert, aber das Hirn qualmt nicht so fürchterlich wie zu Anfang der Staffel. Es gibt viele Möglichkeiten, was nun in den letzten beiden Folgen noch alles passieren kann.
Trifft Arya vielleicht auf Sandor? Wird Cersei sterben oder vielleicht des Landes verwiesen? Werden Theon und Asha Daenerys zufällig zur Hilfe eilen?
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