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Xiao Wen Ju wears Dolce & Gabbana’s jeweled lace dress. Badgley Mischka earrings; Butler & Wilson necklaces; This ‘n’ That Collectibles bracelets (worn as arm pieces).

Photographer: Tim Walker  | Stylist: Jacob K

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Xiao Wen Ju wears Dolce & Gabbana’s jeweled lace dress. Badgley Mischka earrings; Butler & Wilson necklaces; This ‘n’ That Collectibles bracelets (worn as arm pieces).

Photographer: Tim Walker  | Stylist: Jacob K

Anonymous asked: Hi, I know this message is kinda late (really late) but what you thought about the scenes between Arya and Tywin Lannister at Harrenhal?

donewithwoodenteeth:

Well, on a non-book reader basis, I objectively liked them. They were interesting to watch, and Charles Dance and Maisie Williams played off each other very well I thought. The dialogue, usage of dramatic irony, and the actors’ chemistry was entertaining.

As a book reader, I more or less loathed them. Somehow, with just the few scenes between Arya and Tywin, the show managed to more or less ruin their book characterizations.

I want to specify quickly though that from a production of television perspective, this was a great, creative choice that makes perfect sense. Charles Dance would have been underused and absent- which would have been a shame considering his acting charisma, contract, and how well he’s received by audience members. Also, Arya’s time in Harrenhal was largely spent interacting with unimportant political characters (with the exception of Roose, who came to Harrenhal later in her stay anyway.)

So all that being said, it ruined the characters and was the first clue I had on what the show really values.

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