The final Harry Potter tale is here; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and penultimate film in the series has finally made it onto the screen and it will be shown in two amazing full-length feature films.
Part 1 begins as Harry, Ron and Hermione are set with the dreaded task of locating and destroying the many Horcruxes that empower the Dark Lord Voldemort. The young trio are left by themselves; the Ministry of Magic has been infiltrated by Death Eaters and they will not get guidance or protection from Dumbledore any more. The three must rely on each other more than ever, especially since there are dark Forces after them.
With the Ministry under the control of the Death Eaters and Hogwarts in peril due to the forthcoming reign of the Dark Lord, the wizarding world is turned upside down as everyone who opposes Voldemort is terrorised and arrested.
In the search for the Horcruxes, Harry learns of an old wizarding tale; the tale of the Deathly Hallows and soon realises that the Hallows may not be a simple tale. If Voldemort was to find these Deathly Hallows it would mean that he would be virtually unstoppable, he could finally get the monstrous power he seeks.
The only chance for the world of the wizards to return to normal is if ‘The Boy Who Lived’ finally exacts his revenge on the deadly Lord Voldemort, and to do so he must concentrate on finding Horcruxes, even if that does mean strains on friendships, relationship struggles and battles with mighty enemies.
- Daniel Radcliffe,
- Emma Watson,
- Rupert Grint,
- Ralph Fiennes,
- Alan Rickman,
- Tom Felton,
- Bonnie Wright,
- Julie Walters,
- Helena Bonham Carter,
- Robbie Coltrane,
- Michael Gambon,
- David Thewlis
Even though it ends in the middle, Deathly Hallows: Part 1 finds notes of anxious suspense and grave emotion to send its characters, and its fans, into the last round. - New York Times