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What is harry potter and the prisoner of Azkaban about?

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Ronald Miller on April 17, 2018

it is much more than an important film in the series. It is essentially about Harry (as usual) who finds his godfather under the impression that the man led to the death of his parents. In fact, we found out the truth that Sirius Black (Harry's Godfather) was not only innocent, but that he was wrongly imprisoned in Azkaban, the wizard prison for 12 years. He was also a friend of James Potter, Remus Lupin (Harry's defence against the dark arts teacher) and Peter Pettigrew. Peter Pettigrew is an Animagus in alliance with Voldemort. Has been in the form of a rat for the past 12 years. Was Scabbers; Ron's rat. We also meet dementors, the guards of Azkaban. When he arrives, the happiness and the heat disappears. Harry is sensitive to them and as a result he convinces Professor Lupin to teach him how to produce a Patronus charm, which gets rid of the dementors. On top of this, Hermione is taking every subject available to you. As there are several classes at the same time, she is entrusted with a Time Turner whenever she undertakes to maintain throughout the world - Harry and Ron included. The Time Turner is a device that is worn around the neck that looks like a hourglass that is embodied in a ring. Move this hourglass can take a number of hours, the number of laps to determine how many hours of your return. Hermione and Harry then use the Time Turner to save Sirius from his fate by the Kiss of the Dementor, designed to suck a person's soul, leaving his body physically alive, but souless, a fate worse than death. They also save Buckbeak, the hippogriff introduced to them by Hagrid. We also learned that Remus Lupin is a werewolf. As always, this is a plot that is very difficult to explain.

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