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Coming of Age, Science Fiction and Fantasy
The big-screen adventures of J K Rowling's literary phenomenon Harry Potter come to a dramatic end in this cracker of a farewell. An atmospherically intense and suitably gob-smacking piece of visual magic, it's chock-a-block with action, excitement and emotion, as the teen wizard and his pals try to complete their dangerous mission to destroy the enchanted objects that give the malevolent Voldemort immortality. But with the Dark Lord having obtained the mighty Elder Wand, the trio’s ability to defeat him looks slim - particularly when he launches an attack on Hogwarts as part of his final push for absolute power. Suddenly, the escalating conflict between the forces of good and evil explodes into an all-out war, forcing Harry to risk everything in a desperate last stand to save the wizarding world.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
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