Game of Thrones star says show's treatment of women 'changed the platform'

Pierre Vaugeois
Juillet 17, 2017

Gwendoline Christie said epic fantasy drama Game of Thrones is one such series that has given due importance to the women.

And while Game of Thrones wasn't the first show to cast a variety of roles and functions and ages for its female characters, it did so in a way that (generally) honored the story's real thesis: that anyone could exist in, but no one was safe in a unsafe and unpredictable world.

So basically, she's as bada** in real life as she is in the show.

"This was a television show that would put women at the forefront". "They wouldn't simply exist as the mother role, the girlfriend role, the wife role, or the sister", Christie explains.

"I think putting women to the fore is what has changed the platform for television now", she added.

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The 46-year-old actor said the two characters share a deep personal bond but the "GOT" fans should know the elder Lannister son is committed to his fraternal twin, Cersei, reported ContactMusic.

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