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The Winds of Winter (Script)

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CERSEI is standing at the balcony looking out across King's Landing at the Great Sept of Baelor.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

TOMMEN is being dressed by an attendant.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - MARGAERY'S CHAMBER

MARGAERY is being dressed by a handmaiden.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - PRAYER ROOM

The HIGH SPARROW dresses himself in a roughspun tunic, sliding his hands through the sleeves one by one.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

The attendant places a large golden necklace around TOMMEN's neck.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - MARGAERY'S CHAMBER

The handmaiden finishes tying MARGAERY's dress and fixes her hair.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

The attendant places TOMMEN's crown on top of his head. TOMMEN looks out the window.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

A pair of Faith Militant men open the main door to the Sept. A crowd of nobles filters inside.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - LORAS' CELL

LORAS sits in the back of his cell, muttering to himself. LANCEL and two other Faith Militant enter. LORAS cowers. The Faith Militant take hold of LORAS.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

The HIGH SPARROW and six other septons enter. They walk down the steps. MARGAERY appears in the crowd beside her father, MACE. She and the HIGH SPARROW exchange a glance as he walks by. The HIGH SPARROW and the other septons occupy seven chairs seated in a circle around the central chamber of the sept. MARGAERY looks around.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN's CHAMBER

TOMMEN is sitting in a chair in the center of the room, looking out the window. His attendant enters.

ATTENDANT: Your Grace. The trial will be getting underway soon.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

A handmaiden connects a golden chain between two golden shoulder fastenings on CERSEI's dress.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

TOMMEN says nothing. The attendant leaves.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

The handmaiden places a ring on CERSEI's middle finger.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - MAESTER PYCELLE'S CHAMBER

PYCELLE is standing in front of a bureau. He picks up a piece of paper and reads it, then picks up his chain, places it around his neck, and looks in the mirror. A mistress lying on his bed stares at him in the reflection of the mirror.

MISTRESS: You got my money?

PYCELLE: Later. Go away.

The mistress stands and leaves. PYCELLE straightens himself out, sighs, and exits the room. In the hallway, he walks down a set of steps. A young girl appears on the steps behind him.

GIRL: Grand Maester.

PYCELLE turns back to look at her and walks over to her. He bends down and she whispers into his ear.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

LANCEL and a group of Faith Militant usher LORAS into the sept and down the steps. His hair has been shorn. MARGAERY stares at him. The Faith Militant lead him to the center of the room and move away. The HIGH SPARROW stands.

HIGH SPARROW: Ser Loras Tyrell. Are you prepared to stand trial and profess your guilt or innocence before the Seven?

LORAS: There'll be no need for a trial. I confess before the Seven and freely admit to my crimes.

HIGH SPARROW: To which crimes will you be confessing?

LORAS: All of them. I lay with other men including the traitor Renly Baratheon.

The crowd murmurs.

LORAS: I perjured myself before the gods. I am guilty of depravity… dishonesty, profligacy, and arrogance. I see that now. I humble myself before the Seven and accept whatever punishment the gods deem just.

HIGH SPARROW: The gods' judgment is fierce, but also fair. The Warrior punishes those who believe themselves beyond the reach of justice. But the Mother shows her mercy to those who kneel before her.

LORAS kneels.

LORAS: I take full responsibility for my many sins and unburden myself of my desires. My only remaining wish is to devote my life to the Seven. May I be a living example of their grace for others to witness.

HIGH SPARROW: You understand fully what this means?

LORAS: I do. I will abandon the Tyrell name and all that goes with it. I will renounce my lordship and my claims on Highgarden. I will never marry and I will never father children.

HIGH SPARROW: Brother Loras…

LORAS begins to cry.

HIGH SPARROW: ...I ask you to dedicate your life to the seven gods.

The HIGH SPARROW touches LORAS' face. LORAS looks up at him.

HIGH SPARROW: Will you fight to defend your faith against heretics and apostates?

LORAS: I will.

The HIGH SPARROW smiles. The HIGH SPARROW nods. Two Faith Militant approach LORAS and take him by the arms. A third approaches him from behind, draws a knife, and begins carving the mark of the Seven into LORAS' forehead. MACE stirs.

MACE: No, I can't let them…

MARGAERY blocks her father with her arm.

MARGAERY: Faith is the way, Father.

LORAS whinces.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

The handmaiden finishes dressing CERSEI and steps away from her.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

Someone approaches TOMMEN.

TOMMEN: All right. I'm ready.

TOMMEN stands and turns around. GREGOR is standing in the doorway.

TOMMEN: I have to go, I'm-- I'm late for the trial.

TOMMEN walks towards GREGOR. GREGOR puts his hand on TOMMEN's shoulder, blocking his path.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

The handmaiden exits. CERSEI looks over her shoulder.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

The Faith Militant has finished carving LORAS's forehead. KEVAN watches from the crowd. MARGAERY has made her way to the floor in front of the HIGH SPARROW.

MARGAERY: You mutilated him. You gave me your word.

HIGH SPARROW: I've kept my word. Once the queen mother's trial is concluded, Brother Loras is free to leave.

MARGAERY: And where is the queen mother?

LANCEL: Her litter never left the Red Keep.

HIGH SPARROW: It appears the queen mother doesn't wish to attend her own trial.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

CERSEI pours herself a glass of wine.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

HIGH SPARROW (to LANCEL): Go to the Red Keep and show her the way.

LANCEL nods and exits with several Faith Militant.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

CERSEI walks to the balcony with her glass of wine.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - STEPS

LANCEL emerges onto the steps with the Faith Militant. He sees a boy running down the steps. The boy looks over his shoulder at LANCEL.

LANCEL: Get the others.

The other Faith Militant disperse. LANCEL looks over the railing and sees the boy enter a door at the foot of the steps.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - QYBURN'S LAB

The young girl opens the door and leads PYCELLE inside. PYCELLE looks around.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - STEPS

LANCEL runs to the door the boy entered and then goes inside. It leads to a tunnel. LANCEL sees the boy running down the tunnel with a lit torch. He starts after the boy.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - QYBURN'S LAB

PYCELLE walks down the steps and into the lab, then turns around to see QYBURN sitting in a chair behind him.

PYCELLE: Where's the king?

QYBURN stands.

QYBURN: Elsewhere, I'm afraid.

PYCELLE: What's the meaning of this? I was told that-- I have more important things to do with my time than waste them in the presence--

QYBURN: Please, Grand Maester. I bear you no ill will. Please forgive me if you can.

PYCELLE turns around. A young boy emerges from the shadows with a knife.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL continues to follow the boy through the tunnels.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - QYBURN'S LAB

More children brandishing knives appear.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL runs down the tunnel after the boy.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - QYBURN'S LAB

QYBURN: This pains me, my lord. Whatever your faults, you do not deserve to die alone in such a cold, dark place. But sometimes before we can usher in the new, the old must be put to rest.

The girl who led PYCELLE into the room brandishes a knife.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL turns a corner and finds a smaller tunnel. He gets down on his hands and knees and crawls through it.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - QYBURN'S LAB

The children converge on PYCELLE. PYCELLE slaps one of them but is overwhelmed. The children stab him repeatedly with their knives, killing him. QYBURN watches.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL happens upon the boy's torch and raises it up.

LANCEL: The longer you wait, the worse it'll be for you.

LANCEL spies a side passageway lined with barrels. The boy sneaks up on him and stabs him in the side. LANCEL yells and falls to the ground. The boy runs away. LANCEL breathes heavily. The boy returns and looks at LANCEL.

LANCEL: What are you doing?

The boy runs away.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

The crowd is murmuring. MARGAERY looks around at them, then looks at LORAS. LORAS is hanging his head, his eyes downcast.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL looks down the tunnel and sees a glimmer of light. He drags himself through the dirt towards it.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

CERSEI is standing at the balcony, staring out at the Great Sept of Baelor.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

MARGAERY looks around.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL crawls closer to the other end of the hall. There is a green glow all around him.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

MARGAERY hurries over to the HIGH SPARROW.

MARGAERY: There's something wrong.

HIGH SPARROW: You have nothing to fear, Your Grace. The trial will begin shortly.

MARGAERY: Cersei is not here. Tommen is not here. Why do you think they are not here?

HIGH SPARROW: If the accused is not here, she will be tried regardless. We cannot escape the justice of the gods--

MARGAERY: Forget about the bloody gods and listen to what I'm telling you. Cersei understands the consequences of her absence and she is absent anyway, which means she does not intend to suffer those consequences. The trial can wait. We all need to leave.

The HIGH SPARROW scoffs and shakes his head.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL has almost reached the end of the tunnel. He sees green pools of liquid on the ground in front of two barrels with candles in their centers. The candles have almost burned down to nothing. He looks around at the casks lining the walls of the tunnel and pulls himself onward towards the candles.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

MARGAERY (to the crowd): We all need to leave now!

MARGAERY hurries over to LORAS. The crowd begins to stir. MARGAERY takes LORAS' chin and lifts his face so his eyes meet hers.

MARGAERY: Loras. Stay with me.

MARGAERY ushers him towards the steps.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL groans as he pulls himself closer to the candles.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

MARGAERY hurries towards the exit with LORAS. The crowd begins to panic and also heads towards the exit. Two Faith Militant block MARGAERY's path to the exit.

MARGAERY: Let me through. Let me through. Get out of my way.

MARGAERY pushes against the guards. The HIGH SPARROW looks around at the crowd.

MARGAERY: Let us through!

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

LANCEL reaches the candles. He tries to blow out the flame with his breath, but it won't go out.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

MARGAERY looks over her shoulder at the HIGH SPARROW. They stare into each other's eyes.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR - TUNNELS

The flame from the candle touches the pool of green liquid and ignites it. The surrounding barrels are ignited and explode in a mass of green flame. LANCEL is incinerated. The explosion travels down the tunnel, igniting all of the barrels.

CUT TO: GREAT SEPT OF BAELOR

The sound of an explosion can be heard. The green flame erupts from the center of the sept, incinerating the HIGH SPARROW and then engulfing the entire sept, killing everyone inside. The sept crumbles from the force of the explosion. The bell from its tower is flung down into the city, smashing into a bystander. The flames rush out from the sept.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - CERSEI'S CHAMBER

CERSEI watches the explosion. She cocks her head back, then smiles, sips her wine, and walks away.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

GREGOR is standing in the hallway.TOMMEN is staring out the window at the explosion with his mouth hanging open. GREGOR exits.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - UNKNOWN CHAMBER

SEPTA UNELLA is lying strapped to a table. CERSEI stands over her and pours wine in her face. SEPTA UNELLA sputters and struggles against her bindings.

CERSEI: Confess. Confess.

CERSEI raises a pitcher of wine over SEPTA UNELLA's head.

SEPTA UNELLA: No.

CERSEI: Confess.

CERSEI pours the pitcher into SEPTA UNELLA's face. SEPTA UNELLA sputters and struggles. When the pitcher is empty, SEPTA UNELLA gasps for air.

CERSEI: Confess. It felt good. Beating me, starving me, frightening me, humiliating me. You didn't do it because you cared about my atonement. You did it because it felt good. I understand. I do things because they feel good. I drink because it feels good. I killed my husband because it felt good to be rid of him. I fuck my brother because it feels good to feel him inside me. I lie about fucking my brother… because it feels good to keep our son safe from hateful hypocrites. I killed your High Sparrow… and all his little sparrows… all his septons, all his septas, all his filthy soldiers, because it felt good to watch them burn. It felt good to imagine their shock and their pain. No thought has ever given me greater joy. Even confessing feels good under the right circumstances.

CERSEI touches SEPTA UNELLA's face.

CERSEI: You've always been quiet.

CERSEI walks around the table.

CERSEI: I said my face would be the last thing you saw before you died. Do you remember?

SEPTA UNELLA: Good. I'm glad to see your face. I'm ready to meet the gods.

CERSEI: What? Now? Today? You're not going to die today. You're not going to die for quite a while. Ser Gregor.

GREGOR enters the room.

CERSEI: This is Ser Gregor Clegane. He's quiet, too.

SEPTA UNELLA looks at GREGOR. GREGOR removes his helmet. His face is cloaked in shadow.

CERSEI: Your gods have forsaken you. This is your god now.

CERSEI walks towards the exit. GREGOR enters. His face is purple and mangled. He puts his helmet down on the table next to SEPTA UNELLA.

SEPTA UNELLA: No.

SEPTA UNELLA struggles against her bindings, then cries out in pain.

CERSEI: Shame.

CERSEI take hold of the door and closes it behind her.

CERSEI: Shame.

SEPTA UNELLA screams.

CERSEI: Shame.

CERSEI closes the latch on the door's porthole and walks away. SEPTA UNELLA screams.

CUT TO: RED KEEP - TOMMEN'S CHAMBER

TOMMEN is staring out the window.

ATTENDANT: I'm very sorry, Your Grace. Very sorry.

The attendant exits. TOMMEN takes his crown off his head and walks to another part of the room. He returns to the window, stands up on the sill, and plummets off the edge.

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