Summary - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 2001
Harry Potter, a baby, was miraculously spared the death that struck his very famous wizard parents. It is entrusted by sorcerers to her aunt and uncle who mistreat. This family of Muggles do little household. At age 11, he finally infiltrated this environmental catastrophe and he goes to Hogwarts, the great school of witchcraft. During this first year of boarding, it turns possessor of remarkable gifts and made two true friends: Hermione and Ron. With their help, he confronts the forces of evil in the person of Voldemort, the murderer of his parents.
The adventure of the sorcerer’s apprentice is a huge bestseller and film transpositions amplify the phenomenon. We cannot ignore the role of magical thinking in childhood and prime need magic inherent in man: the reader-viewer appreciates Harry Potter, on any occasion, may act on the matter. Novelist Joanne Kathleen Rowling she confided that she would like to have the gift of invisibility to not be recognized?
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was a huge success, and were quickly supplemented by a sequel titled Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Chris Columbus, 2002).