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Why did snape cry when he first saw harry help him in Deathly hallows movie ?

In the movie when snape was groaning with pain harry went in and say snape all hurt so harry leaned over and harry put his hand over snapes neck to stop the blood from sheding out of his body. Whe snape realised it was harry he had a shocked face and then a tear went down his cheak when he say harry. Why is it because harry was helping him and he didn't realise harry would do that for him ? of why ?
P.S(I know that snape was giving harry memories through his tears but he was also crying because he was choking out the words "Take them....take them....p-please" so he was also crying for a reaason)
And an out of subject question/theory when in the movie HBP snape shouted "NO!!" to bellatrix for hurting harry I was wondering that when he told bellatrix that harry "belongs to voldemort" does that mean that he knows that voldemort HIMSELF needs to kill harry not some other deatheater on Dumbledore's orders (and ofcourse he zei that to bellatrix because he didn't want harry to get harry)
anyways please answer both vragen with a full explination for both please and thank u :).
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LadyNottingham said:
I think Severus was utterly relieved to see Harry (for the 1st time in his life most likely !) as he knew he could vooruit, voorwaarts him the crucial information that he had to die from Voldemort's hand. Note that in the movie, this very information is repeated twice in the dialogue between Severus and Dumbledore (at the end of the memory scene).

He also knew his tears were a convenient way to give his memories. Personally, I preferred the movie version of that moment than the book, where it is mentioned a "gaseous substance" of whatever. I think tears were meer meaningful, as the very expression of feelings - something that everyone (and Harry first) believed to be impossible from Severus.

Maybe Severus was moved too door Harry's compassion. I think compassion is Harry's very first quality, meer than his courage. That's something he has in large quantities and he's ready to give to anyone suffering.

As for the HBP scene : at this point, Severus - who had just killed Dumbledore - had already been told door the Headmaster that Voldemort had to kill Harry, in order to destroy the bit of his soul contained in Harry. Therefore Severus knows very well that nobody should kill the boy. Of course he knew, as evidenced in his memories.

He got Harry out of Bellatrix' clutches as he still has promised to protect the boy. This was a way to protect Harry, to preserve him. door saying so, he knew he would stop Bellatrix (who would never go against Voldemort's will). For as real as that motive can be, it helped Severus to protect Harry at this very moment.

Hope the above replied your questions.
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I totally agree. Well said.
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LN, absolutely on Severus being moved door Harry's compassion. That was something that even in the book made the Potion Master's demise so much meer profound for me. Here's the man Harry has hated, yet in his greatest time of need, Harry tries to help him.
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BlackHound said:
Severus cried because Yates and Hayman felt it would be meer dramatic for the seemingly emotionless Potions Master to give Harry his memories that way. In the book, he doesn't cry, but rather his memories leak out of his eyes, his mouth, and the gaping wounds in his neck.

And lilith is spot on, as always. :)
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flattery will get u everywhere :P
lilith84 posted een jaar geleden
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Well, 'tis true, and I couldn't have zei it any better.
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I think Severus's death in the book was meer dramatic than it was in the movie. To die on the hands of your enemy - what can be can be meer unbearable?
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karenmiller1972 said:
2nd vraag 1st. Dumbledore spoke with Severus about the prophecy & his belief that Harry would have to die. The idea that there was a certain time during the battle that, Dumbledore not knowing when, but knowing the circumstances needing to be in place for Harry’s death to occur when it needed to. Because Severus had that conversation, he knew that was not the moment of Harry’s death.

Which I think is the reason Albus let Harry & vrienden get away with so much. He knew the life Harry had lived, knew the death he was going to, & attempted to give him as many moments of happiness as he could. (No other grown-up would have let a group of kids get away with so much.)

Now, vraag 2, based on my belief only. Not supported door novels of movies. I believe Severus had cause to shed tears. After living so many years of life in grief stricken, double crossing, emotionless, friendless, barren, anguished, unloved, unappreciated, lying, painful, stressful, guilt ridden existence. Forced to protect the boy who must remind him of the childhood sweetheart/best friend lost to his childhood worst enemy, his turning to kom bij a madman that hated the race his childhood sweetheart came from, being the unintentional catalyst to his childhood sweetheart’s death, swearing oath to protect the child of his dead sweetheart & equally dead enemy. Then, dying, looking at zei child with all this back history swirling through your brain along with venom coursing through your veins as blood pumps from your body, having to tell that child that he had to die. Well, I would shed tears also.

My added belief, Severus used some kind of magic to link his memories to his tears. All these years, shared memories was done door drawing them door wand-point from a person’s head & placing in a pensieve (except for Harry’s bond with Voldemort). He did not have enough time of strength for wand point, so he used wandless magic of some form of Occulmency/Legilimens to bind his memories to his tears, the one thing he could choose to shed.

(PS. Not mine, but it cheers me)
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 2nd vraag 1st. Dumbledore spoke with Severus about the prophecy & his belief that Harry would have to die. The idea that there was a certain time during the battle that, Dumbledore not knowing when, but knowing the circumstances needing to be in place for Harry’s death to occur when it needed to. Because Severus had that conversation, he knew that was not the moment of Harry’s death. Which I think is the reason Albus let Harry & vrienden get away with so much. He knew the life Harry had lived, knew the death he was going to, & attempted to give him as many moments of happiness as he could. (No other grown-up would have let a group of kids get away with so much.) Now, vraag 2, based on my belief only. Not supported door novels of movies. I believe Severus had cause to shed tears. After living so many years of life in grief stricken, double crossing, emotionless, friendless, barren, anguished, unloved, unappreciated, lying, painful, stressful, guilt ridden existence. Forced to protect the boy who must remind him of the childhood sweetheart/best friend lost to his childhood worst enemy, his turning to kom bij a madman that hated the race his childhood sweetheart came from, being the unintentional catalyst to his childhood sweetheart’s death, swearing oath to protect the child of his dead sweetheart & equally dead enemy. Then, dying, looking at zei child with all this back history swirling through your brain along with venom coursing through your veins as blood pumps from your body, having to tell that child that he had to die. Well, I would shed tears also. My added belief, Severus used some kind of magic to link his memories to his tears. All these years, shared memories was done door drawing them door wand-point from a person’s head & placing in a pensieve (except for Harry’s bond with Voldemort). He did not have enough time of strength for wand point, so he used wandless magic of some form of Occulmency/Legilimens to bind his memories to his tears, the one thing he could choose to shed. (PS. Not mine, but it cheers me)
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If I was lying therre dying with all that back history, pain, and venom churning inside me, not being able to shout of kill something to let out that emotion, the 'movie tears' of the 'leaking' of memories would be the only way I could respond to let out some of that cauldron of emotion.
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I totally agree.
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he somehow has and awkward smile :S
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lilith84 said:
I'm not sure if I can answer the first question. Maybe it was a relief, that he will be able to give Harry the memories after all?!

As for HBP, yes, from Prince'sTale we find out that Dumbledore and Snape talked about Voldemort having to kill Harry to kill the piece of his soul, so Snape knew that when he told Bella that Harry belongs to Voldemort.
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lizmiller1108 said:
The reason why Snape cried is extremely complicated. First of all he was dying a very painful death. He had just been bitten door a snake and was being poisoned. So u could say that physical pain made Snape tear up. Add the emotional turmoil going through Snape's head. Snape had been alone most of his life except for a few years with Lily, which he destroyed. Snape knows he destroyed it. He lost her to his worst enemy and then caused her death. Then he had to watch over the product of his love's marriage to his worst enemy. Everyone hated him and thought he was evil, which means that after Dumbledore died Snape had no one who really knew him at all. Knowing that it was the end Snape cried. It was the end of a very sad and depressing life.
He prevented Harry from being killed door Bellatrix because he knew from Dumbledore that if Harry was killed door her it would of all been pointless. Harry had to be killed door Voldemort, as far as Snape knew.
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TheLogicalwitch said:
Snape was living his last moments when Harry rushed to his help. I think his tears were the outcome of his realization of Harry's compassion.
He,Snape,had always been harsh to Harry(never missed to give detentions of insult him in any possible way) sensing his resemblance to his father.He had probably made sure that Harry loathed him just as much he himself loathed James,or Harry.

Inspite of that,Harry's urgent attempt to help him perhaps made him ashamed of himself to a certain extent,as he took assistance from the boy he had hated and insulted all his life.

I also felt that he sensed in Harry,a last-minute resemblance with Lily,which he was unable to find throughout his life,as he remained busy finding faults in James Potter's son. A resemblance with Lily's kind hart-, hart and soft nature,as Harry attempted hard to help him in some way.

And as u said,the tears were the memories that he gave to Harry at his last moment.

As for the 2nd question,we know after the chapter "Prince's Tale" that Dumbledore had told Snape plainly that Voldemort should be the one to kill Harry.Only then the soul residing in Harry could die.
Even if Snape had not been aware of this fact,he would have zei SOMETHING to prevent Bellatrix of the other death eaters from killing Harry,as protecting Harry had been his job ever since Lily's death & his promise to Dumbledore of protecting Harry. and that something was his idea of mentioning Voldemort's desire of killing Harry on his own.Let us not forget that Voldemort himself wanted to kill Harry and hence prove who the stronger wizard was. Snape knew that the pronouncement of her "dear Dark Lord's desire" would stop Bellatrix at once,and thus he zei what he said.

Hope I could be of help.
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16150dragon said:
Well snape cried because when he saw harry's eyes it reminded him of lily. He was in love with her but their friendship ended when snape called her a mudblood.
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 Well snape cried because when he saw harry's eyes it reminded him of lily. He was in love with her but their friendship ended when snape called her a mudblood.
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snapeinmymind said:
So many have answered this vraag so very good that I'll have to make it short.
I think (like above) that Snape in fact was glad to see Harry this time. He had to tell him about Voldemort and his own (Harrys) death and it was his last chance to do this. He knew that he would die and that there was no meer time left for him to talk to Harry. Then (with his tears) he gave Harry his memories. That was heartbreaking!

As for HBP, when he shouted at Bellatrix, he tried to veilig Harry, I think. As he so often did before.
Now I'm again feeling sad for him and his end. So sad, that I must say this: to me Severus is the greatest man I can imagine. He has sacreficed himself for the life of others. What meer can someone do?
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AbbieCoast said:
I don't think he cried because of Harry. He cried because he saw Lily in Harry's eyes.

And maybe he was scared his hard work wouldn't pay off and Harry would die, too. Sad thought.
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SevyBri69 said:
I suspect the number one reason Professor Snape was crying, was because he was in unimaginable pain, and knew he was about to die.
It's possible Snape was somewhat relieved and glad to see Harry Potter. After all, Snape did learn that Dumbledore had pretty much used Harry his whole life so he could ultimately save the wizarding world from Lord Voldemort.
Maybe some of those tears Snape shed were from remorse of having bullied Harry all those years.
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sem87 said:
As far as the movie goes... I think Snape was shocked that Harry would help him after all that he's done to Harry (at this point Harry still thinks Snape is a murderer). Realizing that Harry wasn't the selfish, self-absorbed person he'd spent years convincing himself of, I think he realized that Harry was like Lily (this is why he tells Harry to let him see his eyes because they remind him of Lily's eyes). I think he's crying because he's spent so long feeling guilty over what he did to Lily and trying to be redeemed door protecting her son that it was his final outpouring of guilt and grief before he was symbolically redeemed door "dying for Harry". Being able to die with the peace of looking into "Lily's" eyes and knowing he kept his promise to protect her son was symbolic of him finally achieving redemption and forgiveness. This is the one scene that the movie did better than the book. That being said, I think some of those tears were guilt over how he treated Harry because he's finally realized that he was wrong about Harry and he treated him so poorly.

When Snape shouts at Bellatrix to leave Harry for Voldemort it's because he's trying to simultaneously look like he's following Voldemort's orders when in reality Snape is trying to keep Harry alive without blowing his cover as a double agent in front of Voldemort's henchmen. Snape really can't stand Harry but he made a promise to protect him and he really is Dumbledore's man.
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Alf1959 said:
u cannot deny that no one other than Rickman could play this complicated character...such a skilled actor he was...but my take on the tears is that he couldn't stay longer and protect Harry..his time was up..and maybe his way of saying..I'm sorry lily I tried.
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