GAME OF THRONES | How To Write A Death Scene
by Nolan Dean
Writing a great death scene for a character is difficult for a number of reasons. In this video essay, Nolan Dean walks us through some of those reasons, using Game of Thrones to illustrate how George R. R. Martin’s excellent screenwriting ensures that death always serves a purpose within the story’s narrative, which keeps audiences coming back again and again.
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