THE MAGIC BEGINS » 10 - Saddest scene.
‘There’s nothing you can do, Harry—’
‘Get him, save him, he’s only just gone through!’
‘—it’s too late, Harry.’
‘We can still reach him—’ Harry struggled hard and viciously, but Lupin would not let go …
‘There’s nothing you can do, Harry … nothing … he’s gone.’
THE MAGIC BEGINS » 10 - Saddest scene.
‘There’s nothing you can do, Harry—’

‘Get him, save him, he’s only just gone through!’

‘—it’s too late, Harry.’

‘We can still reach him—’ Harry struggled hard and viciously, but Lupin would not let go …

‘There’s nothing you can do, Harry … nothing … he’s gone.’

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        Isn’t there anybody else who’s gonna stand with me?

          imagine0204:

          The ones that love us never truly leave us -Sirius Black

              forever crying

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                ttimeturner:

This shot really touches my heart for a number of reasons. For one, it’s one of the many genuine moments of acting that Dan has given us. We’ve seen him emotional over three major deaths before; Cedric, Sirius, and Professor Dumbledore. But there was something about this reaction that stood out more than the others. Yes, he broke our hearts with the immediate grief of his godfather, and the vulnerable moment with Ginny over Dumbledore. But I think Dobby’s death hit him in a way it couldn’t hit anyone else. Because he was Dobby’s hero. And Dobby died happily for him. This fragile creature that he met as a 12-year old little boy. And now he was holding his little body as a 17-year old young man. After he had told him never to save his life again. But he did. An elf he had freed from a terrible master, and who he had given pure joy and happiness just by the sight of him. The single teardrop that drips down Harry’s face is Dan’s true talent displayed and just the perfect amount of emotion that was appropriate for such a sensitive scene in the film.

                ttimeturner:

                This shot really touches my heart for a number of reasons. For one, it’s one of the many genuine moments of acting that Dan has given us. We’ve seen him emotional over three major deaths before; Cedric, Sirius, and Professor Dumbledore. But there was something about this reaction that stood out more than the others. Yes, he broke our hearts with the immediate grief of his godfather, and the vulnerable moment with Ginny over Dumbledore. But I think Dobby’s death hit him in a way it couldn’t hit anyone else. Because he was Dobby’s hero. And Dobby died happily for him. This fragile creature that he met as a 12-year old little boy. And now he was holding his little body as a 17-year old young man. After he had told him never to save his life again. But he did. An elf he had freed from a terrible master, and who he had given pure joy and happiness just by the sight of him. The single teardrop that drips down Harry’s face is Dan’s true talent displayed and just the perfect amount of emotion that was appropriate for such a sensitive scene in the film.

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