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Game of Thrones S05E03 High Sparrow [2015 Series HDTV 720p mHD 307 MB Google Drive]

Game of Thrones S05E03 High Sparrow [2015 Series HDTV 720p mHD 307 MB Google Drive]

Durasi: 55 Minutes Genre: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy Rating IMDB: 8,7 dari 10
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3866836/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Label: Recent, Series, Game of Thrones S05E03 High Sparrow, Series, 2015, Mark Mylod, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Natalie Dormer, HDTV 720p, GoT S05, GoT, mHD,

Director: Mark Mylod
[Lihat juga film yang disutradari oleh : Mark Mylod]

Casts: Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Natalie Dormer
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Peter Dinklage]
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Nikolaj Coster-Waldau]
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Lena Headey]
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Emilia Clarke]

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Quality: HDTV 720p mHD Size: 307 MB
Audio: English
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"High Sparrow" is the third episode of the fifth season of HBO's fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and the 43rd overall. The episode was written by series co-creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, and directed by Mark Mylod. It aired on April 26, 2015. Prior to airing, this episode along with the other first four episodes of the season were leaked online.




Sinopsis / Plot / Resensi / Ringkasan Cerita / Reviu:

In King's Landing

Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman) and Margaery (Natalie Dormer) are wed, and that night, they consummate their marriage. Margaery then manipulates Tommen into trying to persuade his mother, Cersei, (Lena Headey) to return to Casterly Rock for her well being, but she declines. Cersei, with the facade of a caring mother in law, confronts Margaery and is powerless when she mockingly gossips about Tommen's enthusiasm in the bedroom.

In a whorehouse, the High Septon (Paul Bentley) is attacked by Lancel (Eugene Simon) and several other Sparrows, and forced to walk naked through the streets while they call him a sinner. He requests that the Small Council take action against the Sparrows by executing their leader, the High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce). Cersei meets with the High Sparrow personally to tell him that he will not be executed, and that she has imprisoned the High Septon, whom he will replace as head of the Faith. Returning to the castle, Cersei has Qyburn (Anton Lesser) send a message to Lord Baelish. As Qyburn writes, the body of Gregor Clegane "The Mountain" shakes on Qyburn's operating table.

In the North

Reek (Alfie Allen) passes through the courtyard at Winterfell, while several workers repair the castle. He is horrified to witness several flayed corpses being hung up in the courtyard. While serving dinner to Roose (Michael McElhatton) and Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon), Reek overhears that the Boltons do not have enough men to hold the North, should the former bannermen of House Stark rise against them. Roose tells Ramsay that the best way for them to forge alliances is with a marriage.

At Moat Cailin, Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen) tells Sansa (Sophie Turner) that he has agreed to have her wed to Ramsay. She is disgusted by the idea, since Roose was responsible for the death of her brother and mother, but changes her mind when Petyr points out that this will be an opportunity to take revenge. They arrive at Winterfell and are received by Roose, his wife Walda (Elizabeth Webster), and Ramsay. Ramsay promises Petyr that he will never hurt Sansa, before Roose arrives to discuss the possible ramifications of their plan. Petyr tells him that, with Tywin Lannister dead and Margaery Tyrell as queen, they have no reason to fear the Lannisters. Roose is unconvinced, and shows him the letter sent for Baelish from Cersei. Petyr reassures him of their alliance, but Roose requests to read Baelish's reply nonetheless.

Petyr and Sansa are being secretly followed by Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) and Podrick (Daniel Portman). Podrick tells Brienne the story of how he came to serve Tyrion Lannister, and Brienne tells him of how she came to be devoted to Renly Baratheon, when he showed her kindness when they were young. She then explains that she believes Stannis Baratheon was responsible for Renly's death, and that she has sworn to kill Stannis in revenge.

At the Wall

Stannis (Stephen Dillane) meets with Jon (Kit Harington), who is now sitting as the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. Jon tells him that he must refuse his offer to become Jon Stark, because of the oath he swore to the Night's Watch. He asks Stannis how long he intends to stay at the Wall, as they cannot continue to feed his soldiers indefinitely. Stannis tells Jon that he and his army will march on Winterfell within a fortnight. Stannis departs, but Davos (Liam Cunningham) stays behind to ask Jon to have the Night's Watch join them in taking Winterfell back from the Boltons, telling him that so long as the Boltons hold the North, the North will suffer, and suggesting that Jon might best serve the realm by helping overthrow them.

In the dining hall, Jon names Ser Alliser (Owen Teale) as the new First Ranger. Jon then orders Janos Slynt (Dominic Carter) to depart Castle Black to become the commander of Greyguard, a ruined fort along the Wall. Slynt tells Jon that he will not go, repeatedly disobeying his orders and insulting him. Jon responds by ordering several brothers to take Janos outside. Though he begs for mercy, Jon executes Janos for insubordination. Jon then sees Stannis nodding in approval as he overlooks the scene.

In Braavos

Arya (Maisie Williams) watches as the man with Jaqen H'ghar's face (Tom Wlaschiha) helps a man drink from a pool of water. He leaves to pray, and Arya approaches Jaqen, demanding that he begin teaching her to be a Faceless Man. Jaqen reminds her of the phrase "valar dohaeris", which means "all men must serve", and accuses Arya of only wanting to serve herself. She turns and sees that the praying man has died, revealing that the pool of water is poison for those who seek a quick death. Two servants then come to take his body away, but ignore Arya when she asks what they are doing with the body.

Later, Arya is approached by the Waif (Faye Marsay), who asks her who she is. Arya replies that she is no one, but the Waif is dissatisfied with her answer and begins to beat her. Jaqen arrives and stops the fight, but, noticing that Arya was about to attack the Waif with Needle, asks Arya how she came to be surrounded by things owned by Arya Stark if she is indeed no one. Arya then takes her possessions to a dock, where she throws them into the water. She cannot bring herself to discard Needle, so she hides it amongst some nearby rocks, and returns to sweeping at the House of Black and White. Jaqen then takes her to a room where she and the Waif wash a dead man's body.

In Volantis

Arriving in Volantis, Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) persuades Varys (Conleth Hill) to let him depart their carriage and walk the streets. In the city, they witness a red priestess preach to a congregation of slaves of "the savior", Daenerys Targaryen. After the priestess notices Tyrion, the two hide in a brothel. Tyrion talks to a prostitute, but finds himself unable to bring himself to have sex with her, and leaves to urinate. While doing so, he is kidnapped by Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), who tells Tyrion that he intends to take him to the queen.



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