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(Director: Rolling, rolling.)
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Director of photography: The fun thing about the Arya and Brienne thing was, I don't think we had to do too much to it to make it really fun to watch, because everybody's wanted to see these two together for a long time. And if they didn't know they did, they certainly do the minute the two of them meet.
Gwendoline: It was so exciting to train for that fight. And we trusted each other.
Maisie: But to be fighting Gwen, who is far over a foot taller than me, and for her to be, you know, fighting someone who's far, far shorter than her, it's been a massive challenge.
Stunt coordinator: Generally, as you attack, you move forward, and as you defend, you move back. And they have completely different sizes of gait, of step. That was a big challenge to choreograph that and deal with those issues.
Stunt coordinator: We used stunt doubles for their skill sets, and also to put them in harm's way to a degree.
Director: Three, two, one, action!
Gwendoline: In a fight, it's so much more than ... just choreography. (Characters fight.) Every movement says something about the character. It tells the story of these two very different warriors.
Gwendoline (playing Brienne): Who taught you how to do that?
Maisie (playing Arya): No one.
I think Jony Dep is a really talented actor because he's been acting in a lot of movies with all kinds of characters, like Captain Jack Sparrow, Scissor-Handed Man, and the Hatter, which are difficult characters to play in my opinion. I really liked Avatar The Legend of Ann when I was a kid.