Thousands of fans complained about low illumination in the epic episode.
Even the most desperate "Long Night", chapter of battle for Winterfell The Throne Game & # 39;, admitted that the episode had some light problems. Some sequences were so dark that it became difficult to understand what is happening on the screen.
While some defended the episode as a stylistic decision that led you to feel the chaos of the battle, others were still dissatisfied. Well, now the cameraman came up with explanations.
Fabian Wagner, the director of the Historical Photography & # 39; Game Throne & # 39 ;, assured that the blame of the darkness in the chapter has neither him nor his camera, but that your television:
"There are a lot of trouble that many do not know how to set up a TV, others have seen an episode on small screens or portable devices that will never justify this chapter."
After all, Wagner admitted that 'Long Night' intentionally dark compared to other episodes:
"We've seen so many battles like this, to be interesting, to be interested in characters, it is necessary to find new ways to apologize."
And it's important that Arya Stark is bigger than your problem.