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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2

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Transcript of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2

Introduction
Harry potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the eighth and final installment of the Harry Potter film series, directed by David Yates.
It was released in 2011. Principal photography started on the 19th February 2009, and finished on the 12th June 2010, with reshoots taking place in December 2010, marking the end of ten years of filming.
The film was released in 2D, 3-D and IMAX cinemas worldwide from 13–15 July 2011, and is the only Harry Potter film to be released in 3-D.
Mise-en-scene
Editing
Camera Shots/Angles
Sound
Scenery
Costume
Hair & Make-up
Props
Emma Watson
(Hermione Granger)
Hermione's make-up is very natural. In Deathly Hallows Part II, she is on a quest to help Harry Potter destroy all of the Horcruxes created by Voldemort. Because of this, it is unlikely that she would have time to even think about applying make-up, especially taking into account Hermione's personality.
Interview with Emma Watson's Hair and Make-up artist
Ralph Fiennes
(voldemort)

Warwick Davies
(Griphook)
The make-up artists made use of prosthetics to give show Griphook's origin in the magical world. Griphook is a goblin therefore prosthetic components were required to make him appear less human and more like a goblin.
Robbie Coltrane
(Hagrid)
Helena Bonham-Carter
(Bellatrix Lestrange)
Helena Bonham-Carter is made to look very pale and her contoured cheeks make her face appear gaunt. Her eccentric, frizzy hair gives an impression of her being crazy and uncontrollable, while the grey patch hints at her age.
Daniel Radliffe
(Harry Potter)
Harry is made to look very tired. He has pale skin and dark circles under his eyes. This suggests that he worries a lot and doesn't get a lot of sleep. His hair is messy and unstyled which reflects his busy lifestyle as he is on a quest to destroy all horcruxes therefore i doubt he really cares about his appearance.
Rupert Grint
(Ron Weasley)
Like Harry, Ron has pale skin and dark circles under his eyes. which suggests stress and tiredness. His hair is unstyled as Ron doesn't really care about how he looks.
Horcruxes
Helga Hufflepuff's Cup
After creating a horcrux, Voldemort gave the cup to Bellatrix Lestrange, who kept it protected in her vault at Gringotts Bank. Harry, Ron and Hermione, with Hermione disguised as Bellatrix, broke into the bank and stole it. Hermione later destroyed the Horcrux using a fang from the remains of the Basilisk.
Rowena Ravenclaw's Diadem
Rowena Ravenclaw's daughter Helena, stole her mother's diadem and ran away to Albania, and hid the diadem there. After Helena was murdered by the Bloody Baron, she became the Ravenclaw house ghost. Tom Riddle charmed her into telling him the location of the diadem. After leaving Hogwarts he traveled to Albania to find it. Years later he hid the diadem in the Room of Requirement. After having the diadem described to him by the Ravenclaw ghost, Harry retrieves it from the Room of requirement.
The diadem was accidentally destroyed by a fiendfyre curse cast by Gregory Goyle when he, Draco Malfoy and Blaise Zabini attacked Harry, Ron, and Hermione inside the Room. Harry stabs the diadem with a basilisk fang and Ron kicks it into the Room of Requirement, just as the Fiendfyre reaches the door.
Nagini
Nagini is Lord Voldemort's snake. She is the only living horcrux apart from Harry Potter. Neville Longbottom destroys her in Deathly Hallows Part 2 using the sword of Godric Gryffindor. Being the last remaining Horcrux, her destruction made Voldemort mortal.
Deathly Hallows
Resurrection Stone
The Resurrection Stone was a part of Marvolo Gaunts ring. It lets the person who possesses it he power to bring back a form of the dead. Voldemort turned the ring into a Horcrux, unaware of its magical properties.
The stone was passed to Harry through Dumbledore's will, hidden inside the Golden Snitch. The Snitch revealed the message "I open at the close". Harry cannot open the Snitch until he is close to his death, Harry uses the Stone to summon his parents, Sirius Black, and Remus Lupin to comfort him before he surrenders to Voldemort.
Elder Wand
The Elder Wand is the most powerful of all wands. The wand will never fully work for the new user unless they disarm or kill its previous owner. When Dumbledore arranged his own death, he planned that Snape will end up with the Elder Wand. Because his death would not have been the result of his defeat, Dumbledore hoped this might break the wand's power. Since Draco Malfoy disarmed Dumbledore before Snape killed him the plan failed and Draco became the wand's new master, The Elder Wand was placed with Dumbledore's body in his tomb.
When Voldemort finds out that Dumbledore was the master of the wand, he breaks into his tomb and takes the wand. Not realising the wand actually belonged to Draco he kills Snape,. Since Harry disarmed Draco the Elder Wand's allegiance had by then shifted to Harry. Only in his final encounter with Harry at the Battle of Hogwarts is Voldemort finds out he was never the master of the wand, as he did not gain ownership by defeating its previous owner. Voldemort uses the Elder Wand to cast his final Killing Curse regardless.. Since Harry was the wand's true master, Voldemort's spell backfires and kills him. Following this, Harry chooses to snap the Elder Wand to stop it from falling into the wrong hands again.
Invisibility Cloak
The Cloak of Invisibility has the power to shield the wearer from being seen by Death. It is a true invisibility cloak, in that it is able to completely shield the wearer from sight and cannot be worn out by time or spells.
It originally belonged to Ignotus Peverell. After his death, the cloak was passed down from father to son through Peverell's descendants to James Potter. The Cloak was not in James's possession the night he was murdered; he had previously lent it to Dumbledore,. Dumbledore returned the Cloak to Harryr as a Christmas present during his first year at Hogwarts. In Deathly Hallows Part 2, Harry uses it to sneak himself and Griphook into Gringotts.
Voldemort's face is very pale and monotone, which suggests a cold and evil personality. His eyes appear hollow due to the dark circles and high brow bone.
Hagrid's skin tone appears really warm which represents his warm and inviting personality. His hair and beard is natural and appears unstyled which reflects his genuine personality because there is nothing fake about it.
Harry Potter
Harry wears regular every day clothes.He isn't dressed according to the latest fashion which shows that he has more important things to worry about.
Hermione
Similarly to Harry , Hermione is also dressed in clothes that the average teenager would wear. . Since the target audience for this film is teenagers, the fact that the main characters are dressed this way makes it easier for the audience to identify with them.
Ron Weasley
Once again, Ron also wears normal every day clothes. His clothes are more practical that fashionable which shows that being comfortable is more important to him than his appearance.
Voldemort
Voldemort is the main antagonist of this film. Because of this he wears a black robe. Black is a colour with negative connotations which shows that he is not a positive. character.
Severus Snape
Professor Snape wears all black. This could be used to suggest to the audience that he is evil. His long black robe may represent the fact that he is hiding something. The costume which was used during filming was actually a very dark green colour. This is because black does not look good on camera.
Forest Scenes
The forest scenes were filmed in Swinley forest in Berkshire, England.
Shell Cottage
Shell cottage was built on the Freshwater West beach of the Pembrokeshire National Park

London St Pancras Railway Station was used to represent the exterior of King's Cross Station, whereas the interior was filmed in the real King's Cross Station.
King's Cross Station
Lake
The scenes of Voldemort exhuming Dumbledore's grave in order to acquire the elder wand were filmed at Loch Eilt in Scotland.

Lighting
In the scene where Harry surrenders to Voldemort in the Forbidden Forest, low key lighting is used to create a fearful atmosphere. The darkness may suggest to them that something bad is about to happen.This creates tension as the audience is unsure of what event will take place next.
The lighting used in the epilogue is much more natural and therefore brighter than it is in any other part of the movie. This may be because by that point in the movie Voldemort has been defeated therefore the characters are no longer in danger. Also, a new generation of young wizards is introduced in this scene. The bright lighting may be used to represent the bright future that is ahead of them.
In the opening scene the lighting is very low-key. There isn't a lot of contrast between the colours which makes them appear very bleak. This can be used to represent that the characters have lost hope that they can succeed and they can't imagine having a bright future.
In the opening scenes of Deathly Hallows Part 2, non-diegetic music is used to link the sad events that occurred towards the end of the previous movie to what is about to happen. This improves the continuity of the series. The diegetic sounds include the lightning bolt coming out of the elder wand and the conversation between the characters in Shell Cottage.
Content
Synopsis
The last installment in the Harry Potter film series follows Harry, Ron, and Hermione as they prepare for a final battle with Lord Voldemort. who is more determined than ever to kill Harry. In order to defeat him, they must find and destroy Voldemort's last and most elusive Horcrux before his heinous plans come to life.
Form
Title - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
Genre - Fiction, Fantasy, Drama, Mystery, Adventure Film, Action Film
Characters
Harry Potter - Daniel Radcliffe
Ron Weasley - Rupert Grint
Hermione Granger - Emma Watson
Draco Malfoy - Tom Felton
Severus Snaoe - Alan Rickman
Lord Voldemort - Ralph Fiennes
Albus Dumbledore - Michael Gambon
Neville Lonbottom - Matthew Lewis
Ginny Weasley - Bonnie Wright

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 includes a combination of diegetic and non-diegetic sounds.
In the scene where Harry surrenders to Lord Voldemort in the forbidden forest, music is used for dramatic effect. The volume of it increases gradually as Harry nears death. Seconds before Voldemort casts the spell intended to kill Harry, a dramatic pause is used to create suspense.


The Epilogue features happy and peaceful music which shows that the characters all live happy lives now that they no longer face any danger from Lord Voldemort. The song used has previously been used in the first movie of the series. This brings together the whole series in a nostalgic manner. This scene also includes diegetic sounds such as the conversations between characters and the general chatter and noise heard in a train station.
Running time - 130 min
In Deathly Hallows Part 2 shots are put together using continuity editing which helps to establish a logical consistency between them.
The Horcruxes play a big part in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 because they are the reason why voldemort is still alive and threatening the lives of the charancters.
The only way to really defeat him is by destroying all the horcruxes.
The low-angle shot used here represents the power that Snape has over the students at Hogwarts. It suggests that people look up to him.
The long shot used here gives the audience an idea that he is lonely and isolated from everyone else.
The close up used here allowed the audience to see Harry's emotions and facial expressions clearly
The High-angle used in this shot makes Harry appear small and vulnerable. It suggests that at that moment, Voldemort has the all power over him and his life.
A close-up of the wand is used to represent just how powerful it is. This shot makes the wand appear bigger than Harry which shows that it is more powerful than him.
Production Process
The idea
The idea for the film came from the last book of the Harry Potter series.
The book was then adapted into screenplay by Steve Kloves
Development
Pre-Production
The cast and crew are hired, storyboards of shots are made.
Production
The raw elements of the film are shot.
Post-production
The film material is edited, special effects are added, all elements are mixed and the film is completed.
Distribution
the film is released to cinemas or to consumer media
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