Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Quiz: This is the quiz on the last 2 chapters of the saga! Can you remember them? Take the Test!
This quiz on hHrry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is devoted to the last chapters of the saga, two movies a year apart, but they seem to be one movie except for the ending. Set up as if they were a road movie, especially the first one, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows thrives on increasingly concrete insecurities such as Dumbledore's mission seemingly without any help or direction, the insecurity of not making it to the epilogue of one's adventure without being all together.
This feature of the film could have been handled better but is quite effective, in fact when the trio sets out to find the horcruxes it feels like they have been catapulted into a post-apocalyptic world. The settings, the increasingly ungovernable chaos, and radio Potter announcing the deaths of the wizards.
Directed by David Yates and scripted by Steve Kloves, even these film adaptations have major differences and major cuts such as the whole story of Grinderwald, mentioned a few times and always shown in passing. One of the most fascinating characters in the entire saga that went to deepen one of the most important characters like Dumbledore, totally removed from the transposition. A real shame. Although the insecurity of not really knowing the dean of Hogwarts so dear to everyone is present, the storyline that told the relationship between Ariadne, Aberforth and Grinderwald was a pivotal piece of the story of the seventh book. Unfortunately, again, especially in the last film, it was directed toward the showmanship of the final battle, of the duel between Voldemort and Harry. Even the latter is not so memorable, especially compared to the final confrontation in the fifth film. Although these two chapters have a lot going for them-think of the dialogue between Harry and Hermione, where the latter suggests abandoning a burden that has now become very heavy and living in the woods-not everything progresses very well.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will certainly know how to thrill you, however, in this case the compromise between entertainment and reflection was not achieved.