Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2: Spectacle and Silence

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A decade ago, this July, the Harry Potter film series came to an end as the final film was released worldwide, concluding the decade-long running series. For many, this represented a ‘closing’ on an important part of their childhood; the end of an era and the ultimate send-off to the story of Harry and his friends. The film received acclaim from critics and grossed over $1…

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My passions include cinema, literature, fantasy, psychology, music/guitar, photography and ancient/medieval history.

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