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ABI
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Re: Harry on Film



tigerlilly wrote:
Call me morbid, but I can't wait to see Harry use sectumsempra on Malfoy in the HBP movie. That part is going to be crazy!




Oh, well, then I am morbid, too, I guess. Because I love that part...dunno, just seeing Malfoy...acting like a feeling human, not some self-centered a**, it gives us a better look into his character. And then Harry's using Sectumsempra without knowing what it will do...and then his reaction to the outcome. The whole scene is so perfectly human. I can imagine myself in either of their places.
"There is nothing easier than self-deceit."
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Re: Harry on Film

that's of they keep it in the film! if they do, it'll be awesome!! but you never know what they deside is not as important and cut out.
**let us step into the night and persue that flighty temptress, adventure**