Game of Thrones Ending Explained, Part 1: The Downfall of Daenerys Targaryen

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  • Published on:  Sunday, May 26, 2019
  • Get a full month of MUBI FOR FREE: https://mubi.com/thetake (With the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union) | In the first part of our Game of Thrones Ending Explained series, we explore the tragic fate of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke). The Dragon Queen's ending - with her becoming the very thing she sets out to destroy - goes straight to the heart and soul of this story. If you like this video, subscribe to our channel or support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetake

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  • The Take

    The Take

     8 months ago +51

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  • Haitian To Nice

    Haitian To Nice

     yesterday

    She is the queen for the damn. She nothing but Anther Amber.

  • Ada Raven

    Ada Raven

     2 days ago

    Dude, when she said Jon is Frodo, not Aragorn, it all clicked into place

  • SnakeDriver44

    SnakeDriver44

     2 days ago

    Daenerys is just like the antifa: emotional and destructive with a communist ideal.

  • Vegan 4life

    Vegan 4life

     3 days ago

    The last season for me was disappointing. The entire series was amazing so tight in the way the story was told and than the last season felt like a deck bbn of cards being thrown down. I was not a fan of the ending I don't believe it was told well at all. Although I love the way your explaining it. I just need nice neat Closer. I don't feel that it was

  • NEWS BITES

    NEWS BITES

     4 days ago

    Just mfing agree that writers screwed up

  • Lorena Serraon

    Lorena Serraon

     6 days ago

    Do not forget that Daenerys earned two new titles after her battle at King's Landing...."Breaker of the Wheel" and "Queen of the Ashes".

  • Gapsule

    Gapsule

     6 days ago

    DnD should be smacked for putting ego before the art. They wasted great actors, artists, and writers for rushed trash.

  • Amelia C.

    Amelia C.

     7 days ago

    Nope 👎
    I like Lindsay Ellis Analysis better.

  • Nick Kay

    Nick Kay

     7 days ago

    Slavers deserved to die though

  • Muhammed Mateen

    Muhammed Mateen

     7 days ago +1

    End of the day both queens are bitches

  • TriniBaby Strong

    TriniBaby Strong

     7 days ago

    Danny went mad😔

  • Nick Dzink

    Nick Dzink

     14 days ago

    Oh come on, guys. Like you've never pressed the "Exterminate" button before! Better to cull some people now, then face decades of rebelions later! For a stable and secure Empire!

  • Regina Phalange

    Regina Phalange

     14 days ago

    The main problem of this season is it was rushed, but also that it was too much focused on endless actions scenes while there was (almost) no scene with deep or emotional dialogues between the characters, and so, almost no scene showing character's evolution. Instead, we got even big time jumps where it would definitely have been essential to see the characters interact
    For example, between missandei's death and the attack, I think three weeks have passed so we don't see daenerys' descent into paranoia/madness enough, or the actions of Varys to plot against her. In both cases, his death feels too easy given his intelligence, and her madness feels coming out of nowhere. Also, we don't see the time and the development between Jaime and Brienne's first night and his departure, so we don't see if there was any involvement between the two, if Jaime was feeling something or if he was just trying to forget Cersei. Etc.
    Also, I can't get over huge mistakes due to nothing but lazyness : Jaime making a mistake about how he killed his cousin when it was definitely not the moment to do one (it's supposed to have marked him a lot) and all what happens in the last episode about Tyrion reaching a donjon miraculously still standing when it was supposed to have collapsed and be unreachable, him finding the corpses under 10 bricks, the floor not even covered entirely... this discovery was unrealistic and unnecessary at that point

  • infinto1

    infinto1

     14 days ago

    And what about the forced and deadly so-called libration of Iraq and Afghanistan and before that viatnam and so on

  • Anders Eriksson

    Anders Eriksson

     14 days ago

    You just this stupid?
    What aren't the nobles take they are only take they're only take their territory.
    Nothing.
    D&D are just this stupid....

  • Jaiman K

    Jaiman K

     21 days ago

    this is so excellent

  • Hector Lugo

    Hector Lugo

     21 days ago

    Kings landing had it coming! 🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Jack Braddell

    Jack Braddell

     21 days ago

    Explained: shitty shitty shitty !!!

  • Jack Braddell

    Jack Braddell

     21 days ago

    Sansa needed to die and Stark should have become king.