Harry Potter

The final Harry Potter movie is the ending of an era

Katie Hinderer | 06 July 2011
With the final Harry Potter movie out this summer, an era ends. In part it feels like the ending of my childhood – or at least a closing of the chapter that significantly shaped who I am today.
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