Emilia Clarke shows how she uses beatboxing and rhythmic clapping to remember her Dothraki lines
We recently posted about the upcoming release of the Game of Thrones season 6 set, which comes loaded with lot of exciting bonus features which includes few deleted scenes and many interesting videos about the making of the show. HBO is now teasing the fans by releasing some of those videos prior to the release of the set.
Few days back HBO had released a Game of Thrones season 6 deleted scene, which showed Olenna Tyrell plotting against Cersei Lannister. Now Buzzfeed has released of one of the behind the scenes video which involves Emilia Clarke and it’s pretty entertaining. In the video which has been posted on Facebook, Emilia Clarke explains the interesting process of translating the complicated Dothraki lines. Take a look at the video below.
For those who didn’t get it, the Dothraki lines for the actors are first written in English, and then they are converted into English lines which are closer to it’s Dothraki equivalents, which then are translated into Dothraki. This process might seem very complicated but Emilia Clarke thinks that it’s a life saving technique as it helps her remember her Dothraki lines when she combines this technique with beatboxing and rhythmic clapping and turning it into a song.
Game of Thrones season 6 set which contains lot of extras from the sixth season will be out on 15th November and you can buy it on Amazon.