Game of Thrones. Sansa Stark. Good points. I must say that the role of the beautiful actress Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) in Game of Thrones is not precisely my favorite.
Sansa Stark is the eldest daughter of Lord Eddard Stark (Ned Stark). Ned is the heroic Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North and of course, he has a brave wife, Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley) and brave children. The firstborn is Robb Stark, king of the North after the unfair decapitation of Ned and leader of the war of the Seven Kingdoms. The traitor is Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen), adopted son. The wizard is Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), a clever invalid boy full of strange powers and dreams. The bastard is Joe Snow (Kit Harrington), handsome and great warrior, living as a monk but with great future possibilities. Arya (Maisie Williams) is my favorite, a wild little girl. Arya is the opposite of her sister Sansa, who is always obedient and trying to behave as a smart lady…Yes, Sansa is the only family member who bored me.
But I understand that her role is absolutely necessary. She is the ordinary girl living in a terrible world of rebels, conspirators and murderers. Here, we find the first good point of her. The other brothers and sisters (even my beloved Arya) wouldn’t stand without Sansa. She gives meaning to all the madness.
The second good point is the actress. A difficult role (because Sansa is not a brilliant character, always weeping and keeping silent), but Sophie Turner plays with exquisite nuances.
Furthermore, the young and beautiful Sophie Turner had never acted before and she has already won a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series.
Definetely, Arya Stark is my favorite character but we need Sansa Stark, as Sherlock Holmes needed Watson. Anyway, we will see the evolution of Sansa, maybe interesting, as in the third season she has been married with Tyrion Lannister, the dwarf.
Enjoy her acting and have a nice weekend, Yareah friends