Lord Petyr Baelish -- a. Unlike his high-born, convention-bound peers, Littlefinger is a total wild card: A devious puppet-master, constantly tweaking the strings backstage at the great Westerosi puppet show. While the self-made schemer certainly has Littlefinger sansa kiss of blood on his hands — King Joffrey, Jon and Lysa Arryn, and who knows how many others — he also appears to have a softer side, one we're starting to see hinted at via his complex relationship with the young Sansa Stark. In the premiere, the pair embarks on a journey to an unspecified location, and their ambiguous dynamic bring up more questions than answers: Is he simply using her as a political pawn or does he really care for her? Is she more like a daughter to him or a potential lover, or simply a living reminder of her dead mother? Or, as is often the case with "Game of Thrones," are things much more complicated than that?
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Game of Thrones doesn't tend to reward good behavior with fair fortune, and one of the characters who has been most frequently beaten down is poor Sansa Stark, whose worst crime at the beginning of the series was being a bit bratty and wanting to marry a handsome prince. Sansa and Littlefinger have a bit of an odd relationship, since one is a teenage girl and the other is a middle-aged man who has already met and lost his one true love On that note: the two of them kissed towards the end of season 4, but their alliance is more political than Littlefinger sansa kiss in nature for now.
Between the age difference, the fact that Sansa is the third woman in her family to be pursued by Littlefinger for one reason or another and the murders that both of them are complicit in, Sansa and Petyr don't have the healthiest of partnerships. When asked by Huffington Post whether or not she was " creeped out " by the characters' storyline, however, Turner explained that it's actually a bit of a step up for Sansa.
I mean, for some viewers, it's very creepy, but that's kind of what it's supposed to be.
It's supposed to be this very messed up, twisted relationship in which Sansa knows she can manipulate Little Finger to get what she wants, and he can do the same with her. And together they create this amazing kind of tag team To outsiders, it's very messed up and strange, but to her it's the only way she can get what she wants, and finally she has that power, so she's gonna use it.
Both of the Stark sisters are moving towards a change in season 5, as Arya he to Braavos in order to learn the skills needed to avenge her family, and Sansa adopts a fiercer and more mature look as she embraces her role as Petyr's partner in crime. Turner explains that this change of wardrobe ifies the start of a new chapter in her character's life.
So it's just like a massive transformation. There's no Sansa left behind, and I think not just in the way that she appears but in the way that she's thinking now.
It sounds like Sansa might finally be able to come out on top in Game of Thrones season 5, though Turner warns that she has a pretty traumatic scene coming up as well " I give it a solid '6' [on the trauma scale] It's a pretty intense scene. Source: Huffington Post.
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