Fans were literally left in the dark and struggled to make head or tail of what was going on during 'The Battle Of Winterfell'.
'The Battle Of Winterfell' was one of the longest episodes in the final season of 'Game of Thrones', but it left a huge gaping hole in the hearts of many due to the fact that it was just too darn dark to figure out what was happening. Rewatching the third episode of 'Game of Thrones' gave a few people an idea about the battle that waged between the living and the dead. But fans were literally left in the dark and struggled to make head or tail of what was going on.
But YouTube channel Hivemind decided to brighten things up and shared images of the episode with an added brightness to the scenes. Check out these screenshots that will give you a clearer idea about what really went down during 'The Battle Of Winterfell'.
The producers of the show intentionally made the scenes darker than what they were supposed to be, to put the viewers in a frightened state of mind.
Thanks to the inability to see what was going on, this episode gained a really low rating.
The entire episode would have had a different feel if it was screened on an IMAX screen or a large theatre screen which would allow more light to be projected.
The darkness and confusion of the scenes added to the audience experience.
With the added brightness, we can see the emotions on the actor's face as well.
Nothing stopped the unsullied that night.
You can see how he's strategizing for the upcoming battle.
He wishes he was still in King's Landing.
The house of Clegane fought for Winterfell
The focus is just too real.
Are they going to team up for the throne or will they battle it out?
Unleashing the violence on the armies of the dead.
What a fierce queen!
They both look too shocked!
Someone turned on the lights to give you a better idea!
Here's the video in which these scenes have been brightened: