‘Game Of Thrones’ season 5 Finale. Cersei Lannister’s greatest sin is stupidity. Don’t be sorry for her!
‘Game of Thrones’ season 5 finale, ‘Mother’s Mercy,’ was moving. Different shocking scenes touched our feelings: Jon Snow’s assassination, Stannis Baratheon’s defeat, Arya’s blindness, Princess Myrcella’s poisoning, Sansa Stark’s jump to the emptiness from the walls of Winterfell… But of course, the top of them was Cersei Lannister’s (Lena Headey) expiation for her sins. What sins? She confessed her adultery with her cousin Lancel, although she denied her incest with Jaime.
Yes, few sins for such a cruel queen. A worthy daughter of her father Tywin (Charles Dance)! However, her father was clever and knows how to negotiate with his enemies, for example with Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg.) Is Cersei clever too? I don’t think so. In fact and in spite she believes she is absolutely smart and a great stateswoman, Cersei is a stupid woman. This stupidity, coupled with cruelty, is her major enemy and her true sin. We’ll see.
The first symptom of irrationality is that she is superstitious. She believes in the old prophecies of Maggy the Frog, and is afraid of the new young queen Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer.) Precisely and to eliminate her, she supported the dangerous sect of the Sparrows, and she has finished being punished by the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce.) Don’t be sorry for her. She wanted to do the same to Margaery… And to Loras… And to everyone!
Cersei Lannister is envious and vindictive. Her hatred prevents her to agree with anyone. Now, she is the queen in King’s Landing but she is alone and vulnerable. Only the mysterious Ser Robert Strong, a new member of the Kingsguard, seems to be on her side. The old counselors of her husband and father, her relatives, Olenna Tyrell, and her own brother Jaime are sick of her behavior.
How long will King Tommen believe in her mother? Cersei Lannister has a dark future.
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