Harry Potter: This scene from Deathly Hallows Part 2 totally improvised by Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort)

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An improvisation that offered one of the strangest scenes of the Harry Potter saga according to some fans!

We reassure you right away, The Relics of the Death Part 2 is far from being considered the worst movie of the saga Harry Potter . If the talents of David Yates are certainly for something, the freedom that the director has granted to his actors and more particularly to Ralph Fiennes, the interpreter of Voldemort, could also be one of the reasons for the success of the film. 'epilogue. During the last chapter, the British-Serbian actor unveiled the full scope of his game offering a formidable interpretation of his character. The dangerousness of the Dark Lord was manifested in particular during a scene in the heart of the ruins of Hogwarts in which Voldemort offers to spare the lives of his enemies if they agree to join the Dark Arts. An offer that Draco Malfoy accepted in particular in a sequence that turned out to be totally improvised by Ralph Fiennes facing Tom Felton .

Improvised scene in The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 ( VO) – Credit (s): Warner Bros To see also : Anya Taylor-Joy (Le Jeu de la Dame), Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown) reunite for a Cinderella remake.

Indeed, while the latter has just joined the enemy of Harry Potter, Voldemort embraces Lucius' son and congratulates him on his decision. A symbolic moment which nevertheless offered a strange moment, the embracing of the two characters not having not foreseen in the script. During the shooting of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 , this scene would have been the subject of twenty takes, the face to face of Ralph Fiennes and Tom Felton having always been planned, unlike the embrace that the interpreter of Voldemort only achieved 'Once. The unexpected nature of this gesture would explain Draco Malfoy's genuine reaction. However, this scene has come under heavy criticism with some pointing to the humanization of Voldemort. A point of view that David Yates obviously did not share during the final cut,

the improvisation of certain actors who have in the past proved their talent and their capacity to offer many cult scenes of cinema .