It was a pity, Jason Isaacs thought, as he wiped the film of make-up from his face and examined the result in the mirror,
that the cream couldn't do much about the grey smudge of tiredness around his eyes.
It had been a long day on the set of the final Harry Potter movie at Leavesden; longer than anyone had anticipated, given the script re-write,
and a lot of improvisation both in front of and behind the camera. But it had worked. David's enthusiasm had surprised him, but he'd been right. It would be great.
The fans and book-purists wouldn't like it, but it had felt
. A satisfying end to a role that had become much more than the cameo for which he'd originally signed up nearly a decade ago.
He had just finished removing the last traces of the adhesive that had fixed the wig in place, and was cleaning up when the First Assistant put her head round the door of the trailer.
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