“Harry Potter” after drunkenness? Movies should have a therapeutic effect!

According to former lead actor Daniel Radcliffe (32), the Harry Potter films may have a therapeutic effect after a narcotic.

London (Great Britain) – According to former lead actor Daniel Radcliffe (32), the Harry Potter films may have a therapeutic effect after a narcotic.

Daniel Radcliffe, 32, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the premiere of the first Harry Potter film this year. © Willie Sanjuan / InVision / AP / DPA

Radcliffe told the BBC in a documentary on the 20th anniversary of the first film in the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

According to the PA news agency, the British actor said, several friends told him that movies “are great when you have a hangover and you’re really dissatisfied with yourself.”

Radcliffe continued, “You just watch movies up and down and it takes them to a place of warmth and comfort.” that is great.

The first Harry Potter film celebrated its world premiere in London in November 2001. Seven other films starring Radcliffe followed. The successful series was later supplemented by “Fantastic Beasts” – also in Potter’s Cosmos.

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