Voldemort: Origins of the Heir

Synopsis: A fan made prequel to the Harry Potter series based on Tom Riddle and his progression to becoming The Dark Lord.
 
IMDB:
5.2
TV-PG
Year:
2018
53 min
126 Views


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Where is it?

Where do you keep it?

We have an intruder!

I repeat, we have an intruder!

We have an intruder!

I repeat, we have an intruder!

We have an intruder!

I repeat, we have an intruder!

We have an intruder!

I repeat, we have an intruder!

EVIDENCE ROOM 24 - 36

...doges both the bludgers,

throws the quaffle with his curve ball

and scores the match point!

The match was terrific.

Cool!

Is that your diary?

It's just plain stupid.

- What is?

- Quidditch.

People running around on brooms,

chasing flying balls?

It's ridiculous.

Worse than a fantasy.

But it's real!

I must admit though,

its an interesting point of view,

I've never seen it like that.

But...

Maybe its the muggle part in you...

that finds Quidditch stupid...

I am not a muggle.

I have none of their dirty blood.

I am the best student

Hogwarts ever seen.

And one day,

I'll be the most powerful wizard

in the history of time.

I can assure you.

I'm just a second year student.

I hardly know anything about myself,

but there is one thing I do know:

you're exceptional.

I have no doubt.

You'll surely become...

the greatest wizard ever.

Watch out, she's dangerous!

"No past, no future."

Inject her with Veritaserum.

"And me?"

You're going to sing like a siren.

"Farewell, Grisha."

What have you done to me?

What have you done!

So,

let's see.

Grisha McLaggen.

Graduated at Hogwarts

in 1950.

Second class Auror,

order of Morgana,

untraceable for two years...

A personal investigation, I guess?

I might be offended...

considering how amazingly

you broke all my men's bones.

I was expecting...

a much more interesting witch,

and clearly not an alchemy expert.

Such a peculiar displacement technique.

Which kind of magic is it?

It surely doesn't look like

a common disapparition.

Listen to me, General Makarov.

You're making a mistake.

You know my name.

Surprising.

But,

we'll agree, Miss,

that sneaking

into an Auror's warehouse

of the Soviet department,

without any kind of authorization,

is a way more serious mistake

than any I might have made.

We're talking about

a high protected and concealed warehouse.

So,

I can only...

imagine...

how serious...

your purpose is.

So I ask you,

What do you want,

Miss McLaggen?

You have something...

that does not belong to you.

Something essential...

to complete my investigation.

And yet...

we did not receive

any request of cooperation

from the British department.

So,

I deduce this is a private matter.

Isn't it?

You have to help me!

You have no idea what is at stake!

Why don't we test the wonderful effect...

of the potion

that's entering your system...

right as we speak?

What...

were you trying to steal,

Miss McLaggen?

A diary.

A diary

which used to belong...

to Tom Marvolo

Riddle.

As I thought.

Tom Marvolo Riddle.

After Gellert Grindelwald's fall,

the Soviet lands were still...

brimming with dark magic.

Artifacts...

that that bastard and his followers...

had been forced

to hide after their defeat.

One of our reconnaissance team

has come across something...

unusual.

An object...

damn well protected.

The most capable among us...

gave up his life to overcome...

such magic.

A diary.

Apparently...

belonging to a Tom Marvolo Riddle:

the mysterious disappearance

of a boy ten years ago,

clean record,

no kind of connection

to Gellert Grindelwald.

Not one...

of our disillusionist...

has been able to obtain

anything from those pages,

not a single damn word!

Then, you turn up.

A British Auror...

on the trail of the murder

of Hepzibah Smith and...

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