Harmony and Romione
The thing which bother's me the most is when people interpret a scene that is not canon and say its open to each person individually but if its something involving canon, its not. An example is the Harry and Hermione dance which bother's many and I honestly don't understand why. Since JK Rowling did not write it in any of the Harry Potter books using it as a text,no one can just say that its not meant to be a particular way. If David Yates, Heyman or any previous directors, writers, crew members, or the production team add a scene and say "This is how its supposed to be played out and the impression we feel. The whole message is this and that," You cant just say, "Well I don't see it like that because of this and that." Listing reason's why or why not. They see something else but it does belong to them. In no way is it canon. Just because Harry and Hermione had a platonic relationship in the book and nothing romantic does not mean the dance is friendly with Harry cheering Hermione up.