This episode is beyond amazing! I would say this is one of the most important and thrilling episodes in recent times. It would clear many of your doubts and questions, and the ending would simply give you chills. I wouldn't dare say anything about the story so I'm leaving it to you to watch and judge. I would give full points to the cinematography: every angle is beautifully shot and looks like a painting. Acting overall is brilliant. Sansa's character is becoming very interesting so I'm quite curious how much she's going to transform during this season. Bran and Hodor is phenomenal. Score is done brilliantly. Enough good to make you feel cold. Writing and directing is top notch. They can expect a lot of Emmys and probably Golden Globes this year.
Now I'm curious about upcoming weeks. How they would top this one is beyond me. [10/10].
This trial film tells the story of a jury made up of 12 men as they deliberate the guilt or acquittal of a defendant on the basis of reasonable doubt. This directorial masterpiece by Sydney Lumet is a must watch for all of you. Though the entire movie takes place in a single jury room (with a broken ceiling fan of course) but has got an intoxicating screenplay where several twists and turns awaits you.
There's a scene where it starts raining all of a sudden, a scene which brings a fantastic change to the story where you, as an audience, feel like taking a break from the hassle and enjoy rain.
Overall, this movie is a must watch and is highly recommended. I cannot discuss much about the story but trust me you won't regret watching it.