O’ Children

The oddest post my blog had ever had. The most fervent mood.Full of the joy, O’ children…

Yes i did like it, and not only liked it.I’ve watched all Potter  films and of course i’ve read all those amazing Rowling books.

The film was well, amazing. With less of action but still, and that’s the point the film was bloody amazing without any extra actions, what was attractive than?

The Polyjuice Potion(Seven potters) scene was awesome, the best translation of the sheet of paper into the screen and of course Sky Battle was worth seeing by all accounts.

Harry And Ginny kiss was magnificantly shot and the most important creature in all Potter series Dobby, what would we do without him? xD

The Locket destroying took everyones attantion and the Godric’s Hollow Graveyard moment owning up the fact about Hermiones and Harrys friendship.

And this was just a beggining, now the most important part of this post

Harry and Hermione dance scene.. ❤

Don’t think that i’m exaggerating anything, trust me. The whole film is worth seeing just for this moment, just for this amazing scene.

And now let me lead you in the mesmerist world of dear Nick Cave, who gifted us with the great song and the great soundtrack for potter of course.

“This scene makes me happy and sad all at the same time. Maybe that’s why I can’t stop watching it.” yeah i can’t stop watching it

Harrys hand slipping into Hermiones neck aawww..

And when the song ends – Reality (c) ❤ N

We have the answer to all your fears
It’s short, it’s simple, it’s crystal dear
It’s round about, it’s somewhere here
Lost amongst our winnings

O children
Lift up your voice, lift up your voice
Rejoice, rejoice

The cleaners have done their job on you
They’re hip to it, man, they’re in the groove
They’ve hosed you down, you’re good as new
They’re lining up to inspect you

O children

Poor old Jim’s white as a ghost
He’s found the answer that was lost
We’re all weeping now, weeping because
There ain’t nothing we can do to protect you

O children
Lift up your voice, lift up your voice
Rejoice, rejoice…

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