“As much as I hated it at the beginning that I was playing a really controversial character people hated, I kind of like the way that Sansa comes into her own. She grows into this person that people like. I think she's a really strong example of seeing someone grow up on screen, because you see her utterly transform.
Obviously, people don't have the experiences that she goes through. But I can relate to her, definitely, because I was thrust into an acting world where I had no idea — I mean, it can be difficult at times, it's a challenge. In a good way. But Sansa has difficulties and challenges in a bad way. She has the right intentions. And she's so much in grief about her father's death. She wants to be so much like her father was, but she knows that she can't be, because that's not what's going to help her survive. That's the heartbreaking thing about it; she wants to keep all these Stark traits, but in order to survive, she has to let them go.
The thing is, when people started to hate her was when she was confronted by the queen and the king, and they had Joffrey there, and she had to make a decision between her family and her future. She took a middle part and didn't upset either of them. That resulted in Sansa having to sacrifice something that she loved. But people didn't understand that. That frustrated me.”
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