At the very end of the film, when Harry walks through the devastated halls of HogWarts and everyone is gathered tending to the wounded and dead and comforting each other, I found it very strange that other than Hagrid giving Harry a hug, nobody else seemed to care that Potter was there. Given that he just destroyed Voldemort, and given standard movie tropes of how a "the good guys won!" finale scene works, I fully expected everyone to cheer Harry or rush up to thank him or something... instead everyone just kind of glanced up and then went back to what they were doing. This seemed very weird and anti-climatic. What's behind that story decision? Is there something in the book that clarifies it?
I get that probably everyone was sad and exhausted, and maybe a few had been skewed by Voldemort's claim that Harry was letting his friends die to protect him in a cowardly fashion -- but surely most remembered that Voldemort was out to get all the muggle-borns as well, and (since news travels fast at Hogwarts) many probably knew that Harry had let himself be killed in order to destroy Voldemort... Just seems odd.