Analysis Of The Movie ' The Hunger Games '

2215 WordsAug 13, 20149 Pages
Change in Feminism in the Cinema World The Hunger Games which is directed by Garry Ross is story in land of Panem which has grown out of the cadaverous ruins of what one time was known as North America, 74 years ago. The capitol introduced the hunger games as a reminder to the twelve districts of its authority and punishment for rebellion. Every year a boy and a girl from each district, who are known as Tributes, and they are of aged between 12 and 18. The names are chosen randomly in reaping ceremonies. Primrose Everdeen is terrified because she will be reaped, “I know. I know. But it’s not. It’s not your first year Prim your name is only been there once they’re not going to pick you. Shhhh try to go to sleep”, (Ross, The Hunger Games) but her sister Katniss Everdeen calms her down. Primrose is chosen for the Hunger Games, but Katniss volunteers to enter the game. She chooses Peeta Mellark from the boys’ bowl. Tributes were cleaned up by their Prep team before sending in the competition. The next day they are sealed in the tube and sent to the arena. A battle to death starts, with the Capitol residents celebrating the slaughter of innocent young people in dreadful and unthinkable ways, while the Districts can only hope that their daughters and sons come back victorious. The days of Scarlett O’Hara are past long gone. Mentions of never being starved again, aimed at the young adult generation tumble on unresponsive ears. The man eating, hardworking female central
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