Reviews: Harry Potter: This Rogue scene that Alan Rickman did not love

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His role as Severus Rogue, professor at the Hogwarts Magic School in the Harry Potter saga, brought the internationally renowned to Alan Rickman . Which does not necessarily mean that the late British actor appreciated every minute in the skin of his character!

In his posthumous work Madly, Deeply: The Diairies of Alan Rickman , published last October, the actor thus evokes a passage from the magic franchise which he did not appreciate at all.

The scene in question is the one who sees Rogue coldly kill Albus Dumbledore ( Michael Gambon ) in Harry Potter and the prince of blood-blood . "This scene seems to strangely lacking in dramatic aspect, but it is the absolute cause and effect of the scenarios which must group (and condense) the story" , declares…

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