In trying to get her gift, which she assumes is anti-infection medicine for Peeta, she is almost killed by a Career, but saved by the other tribute from Rue's district. Without any other choice, they start walking to the lake. This is the Hunger Games summary of the plot. For more information about the Hunger Games, visit , or. The Capitol is a highly advance city that holds reign over the 12 districts.
Luckily the generous Capitol offers to provide it, along with things that the other survivors need. Effie then picks a piece of paper from the boys' bowl and chooses. However, the tributes from District 12 are not out of the Games, because the announcer tells them that the rules have changed once again and now only one may be victor. Peeta argues, saying he doesn't want Katniss to risk her life for him, Katniss answers back that he would do the same for her. Eventually, Katniss and Peeta must face off with Cato, the only other surviving tribute, but before that they are all pursued by wild dogs which are actually genetically mutated killing machines.
Prim gives her the mockingjay pin Katniss first gave her, saying it will keep her safe. The trailer ends with Cinna showing Katniss the mockingjay pin attached to her suit before she is sent to the Arena. While recovering the medicine, she is nearly killed by from District 2, but is saved by of District 11. However, it is what will make them survive and win the games. The stylist for the games, Cinna Lenny Kravitz , also takes a liking to Katniss and creates an amazing costume that catches fire for their introduction. Development Director Gary Ross filming. The Gamemakers announce that the rules have changed, and that the two tributes from a district can serve as co-victors.
After they arrive at the Training Center, Katniss and Peeta meet their stylists. In a strategy that has never been used before, Katniss and Peeta are presented as a pair during the opening ceremonies. She survives with a little help form Rue, a small, young Tribute who's good at hiding in trees, and with a nest of genetically engineered death wasps called tracker jackers that she drops right on her pursuers' faces. Katniss and Peeta which is a type of bread are sent via train to the Captiol. Suzanne Collins book and the movie they made from the book were so very different.
How do the Games actually go down? The game makers are able to create obstacles to make the game interesting to the viewers in the districts. Part entertainment, brutal retribution for a past rebellion, the televised games are broadcast throughout Panem. Katniss, our hero, who otherwise is full of such deep love for her family and friend Gale, never seems to question the Games in this Chapter. Katniss, for her part, has more pressing problems. Katniss makes a big impression by shooting an arrow through an apple in the mouth of a roast pig during her evaluation. Collins suggests that we allow ourselves to be distracted by vacuous, uncivilized entertainments that only suggest the lower qualities of humanity, while the world is growing more unjust by the day, the wealth gap increases, atrocities are committed in the name of justice, and lies are spoon-fed to the population through these very entertainments.
And, btw, I like Hunger Games very much! She forces herself into a stoic determination to win, a philosophy made difficult by the kindly Peeta. Thus, there is no possibility that District 12 will ever grow more prosperous, even though it bears the acknowledged low spot on the social ladder. Peeta and Katniss threaten to commit dual suicide, which would ruin the Games, and they are hence awarded a dual victory. The tribute is about to kill her when Thresh, the male tribute from District 11 who came to the Games with Rue, kills the girl instead. And remember to like and subscribe, thanks for watching! Stealing and hunting are both punishable by death, if the perpetrator is caught by the , or federal police.
The trailer concludes as the tributes run towards the. In the book all of the tributes were outside and they walked up one by one but all shown. Though she's only a teenager, she's a tough hunter who puts food on her family's table. An announcer comes back on and says the rules have changed back: only one winner allowed. In the book, the author emphasizes their relationship and how they work together as a team during the Hunger Games. Taking advantage of the situation, Cato attacks Peeta, but Katniss and Peeta manage to push him over the edge. In Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, the Capitol forces each of Panem's 12 districts to choose two teenagers to participate in the Hunger Games, a gruesome, televised fight to the death.
Retrieved on November 29, 2010. In fact, the Hunger Games, unlike the gladiatorial Games which appeased the masses, play a significant role in their dissatisfaction. Each time a competitor dies, a cannon sounds; the identities of the dead are revealed at the end of each day. Katniss finds Peeta and nurses him back to health. Each child, age 12 to 18, is required to enter his or her name for the district's lottery, with the older children putting their names in proportionally more times.