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Am I the only one who cringes at the scene where Lily tells Harry to be safe, sicher and brave?



It's not that I don't like the scene oder that I don't find it moving. It's just that while I'm watching it, my brain just kept shouting "How can this be Snape's memory?!!! He's not there!!!!"
 Am I the only one who cringes at the scene where Lily tells Harry to be safe, sicher and brave?
 ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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lilysev1134e said:
Hello it's his mum for god sake Lily Evans Potter you've got to be moved Von this oh come on?????
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posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr 
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Read my Kommentar again. It was a very moving scene and I did like it , but it should never have been a memory of Snape. How could he remember this if he wasn't there?!! The only people who could remember this are Harry and Lily!
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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Look at the memory again. Du can see Harry, Du can see Lily. Is snape hiding in a corner somewhere and invisibly watching this take place so he can remember it later on and then share this memory with Harry? Nope, he's not there! He's not even in the building yet, so how can he remember Lily speaking with Harry!
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
BlackHound said:
You're not the only one who cringed.

I find the fact that it was included in Snape's memories completely ridiculous. Hayman and Yates must think we're all idiots and we're not going to think about it (or that no one who read the book was going to see the movie). I was so disappointed, because it makes no sense. And before anyone flames me...the scene isn't in the book (but that's never stopped the film-makers before), and JKR herself has sagte that Severus was not there that night. So yeah...it would have been better as a deleted scene. ;)
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posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr 
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But I sort of like it when filmakers put their own twist on things. Sure, the Filme were too dramatic and had parts not previously mentioned, but filmaking is an art...
AbbieCoast posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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I don't mind if they add things oder change things slightly either, but it needs to make sense. Why did the leave out Snape and James' 1st meeting as well as Snape's and Lily's break up scene that would explain the whole Marauders/Snape/Lily dynamics only to add a scene to Snapes' memory that is impossible to have taken place. w
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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Was it moving? Yes, very. Did it belong in Snape's memory? No! He was not there. Only Lily and Harry are there. If Yates really wanted this scene in the movie then he should have shown itt as Harry's memory, NOT SNAPES's!!!!!...Oops, sorry, but this scene really grates on me :P
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
bri-marie said:
I was actually wondering if they weren't playing on the (very flawed) logic that this would have been one of Harry's memories, and Severus could have seen it during one of their Occlumency lessons. If so it explains why he was able to see Wormtail kneeling in front of Harry in the Shrieking Shack, why he was able to see Lily and James twirling around and kissing, and why he was able to see Lily talking to Harry.
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posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr 
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Yeah, that's an expanation that could be used for all of those scenes, but yes it's very flawed and still very grating for me
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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^Exactly.
bri-marie posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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Fair enough. It seems we all agree it's flawed logic :)
ComoLoca posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
karenmiller1972 said:
I wasn't cringing, but I did have a '???' moment.
That scene was touching, but, for the flashback, I thought it would have Mehr memories of Lily/Severus as it was his flashback.
The scene of Lily/James hugging together, I told myself that was Severus looking at a wizarding moving picture of them.
But I couldn't rationalize the 'be brave' scene except to wonder if Severus and/or Albus cast some sort of spell that let them view the last few moments of Lily and James' lives to be sure absolutely what and who was in the house.

I actually do wish they had made the flashback clearer as to Lily/Severus relationship and what broke them up. I foundmyself having to explain it to my other half, my friend at work, and some of my relatives as they had not read the book and were guessing at it.

They understood that he liked her as a child, but didn't really get why he was so devastated about her loss. They wondered about Severus being Harry's true dad, if Lily and Severus were Liebhaber while she was married, all kinds of things.....

I just really wish his flashback was Mehr about HIS life and relationship with Lily than them throwing in bits of Lily/Harry and Lily/James.
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posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr 
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I agree completely.
BlackHound posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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