There's something about part one that's quite ominous and quite haunting and scary. The part when I always felt was the intimate half of our completing film. And part two is much more operatic and epic. These films are the final conclusion. The battle for Hogwarts, the battle between good and evil.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2: Where We Left Off
In part one the ministry has fallen under the control of Voldemort and the Death Eaters. Harry is sort of the holy grail for Voldemort and so they have to get him out as fast as humanly possible. Voldemort has split his soul into seven pieces to make him immortal. And he has hidden these seven pieces of his soul into different objects. Harry, Hermione and Ron have to find these Horcruxes and destroy them one by one. It's quite a daunting task trying to do all of this without anyone recognizing them. Because Harry is obviously the most wanted man. Harry, Hermione and Ron are on the run. They're kind of out of the safety of Hogwarts. We could be attacked at any moment and nowhere is save. Like any good thriller, it's twists and turns and intrigue. Dumbledore leaves Hermione a children's book, which is sort of puzzling. It only comes to have real meaning at the end of part 1, when she sees a symbol in it she doesn't really recognize, the Deathly Hallows.