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One of the most celebrated movie series of all time comes to its thrilling conclusion in the last chapter of The Hunger Games.
Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen, who began her journey fighting to survive the brutal Hunger Games, and rose to lead the rebellion against Panem's tyrannical president Donald Sutherland.
Now, Katniss and a team of rebels from District 13 prepare for the final epic battle that will decide Panem's future. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Katniss and Peeta embark on a victory tour while President Snow plots a deadly new Hunger Games that could change Panem forever.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. Katniss Everdeen Jennifer Lawrence , girl on fire, is rescued by the rebels and brought to District 13 after she shatters the games forever.
Residents of the Capitol cannot be chosen as tributes for the Hunger Games, as the Games were instituted as a punishment for the twelve remaining districts of Panem for their failed rebellion.
The Games are an annual cause for celebration in the Capitol; citizens gamble on the tributes and sponsor their favorites in the arena, providing water, food, weapons and other necessary provisions.
Past victors are often able to cultivate celebrity status in the Capitol. Despite the bloodthirsty nature of the Games, the people of the Capitol are shown to be vulnerable to sentimentality and melodrama, becoming emotionally invested in the tributes, a fact ultimately exploited and manipulated by Katniss and Peeta.
An Avox is a person who has been punished for being a rebel against the Capitol; a traitor or a deserter.
Most Avoxes are assumed to have been hunted and caught by the Peacekeepers of their respective districts. Avoxes have their tongues removed, rendering them mute, and are often used as domestic servants and waiters upon tributes and Capitol citizens.
It is also suggested that Avoxes are charged with the day-to-day maintenance of the Capitol and work shifts in the Transfer network under the city.
They are generally not spoken to unless being given orders and spend their lives serving the Capitol at the lowest class.
Peacekeepers are the military , internal security and law enforcement organization in Panem. They wear black-trimmed white uniforms consisting of a "police helmet" which resembles a police motorcycle helmet in the first film and full-face motorcycle helmets in later films , a standing collar, waist-length tunic, and trousers tucked into high black boots.
In the Capitol, they wear what is described as similar but more formal attire. This uniform is of the same basic design with a black sash and beret with gold capital seal.
In The Hunger Games: Catching Fire , their appearance is different from the first film; they wear a full helmet, darker visor, and heavier-looking armor, and carry automatic rifles.
Peacekeepers are most often born in District 2 or the Capitol itself, and they must serve for 20 years before getting married or having children.
Peacekeepers maintain order and suppress dissidence through coercion and brutality. The force in each region is led by an appointed Head Peacekeeper of the district.
The Peacekeepers ensure that the laws of the Capitol are obeyed and publicly punish those who break them.
The most frequent punishment described is floggings but can include the pillory and hanging for more serious crimes.
Peacekeepers are usually equipped with sub-machine guns to further discourage social disobedience among the districts. As the Capitol traditionally considers District 12 a minimal threat, the Peacekeepers stationed there are described as less brutal and easily bribed with sex and black market goods such as poached animals.
In Catching Fire , Thread destroys the Hob, which is the place described housing the black market.
Throughout the book series, Peacekeepers are mentioned using the train and hovercraft for transportation and utilizing machine guns mentioned to be surrounding the square in District 12 in Catching Fire.
The films show the Peacekeepers utilizing armored trucks , submachine guns, pistols, and armed hovercraft. In Mockingjay Part II, during the battle for the Capitol, they are seen utilizing machine guns and rocket launchers, weapons previously unseen in the films.
They also have access to an air defense network seen in both Mockingjay Part I and II and utilize a fortified bunker in District 2 nicknamed "The Nut" by the rebels as a command and control center.
Throughout the series, the government of Panem uses genetic engineering to create animals that play into the Hunger Games or otherwise serve Panem's political purposes.
All of those listed below, excluding grooslings, are examples of muttations. Jabberjays are small, crested black birds created by the Capitol during the Dark Days.
The rebels figured out the birds' purpose and defeated it by giving the birds disinformation. When the Capitol discovered this, the birds were abandoned in the wilderness, expected to die because they were exclusively male.
However, they bred with female mockingbirds and created a new hybrid species, the mockingjay. During the third Quarter Quell in Catching Fire , the Capitol uses jabberjays in the arena to demoralize the tributes by repeating faked screams of their loved ones.
She attempts to shoot all the screaming birds but eventually gives up. Mockingjays are black and white birds created accidentally by the mating of engineered jabberjays with female mockingbirds , after rebels discovered and defeated the jabberjays' purpose.
After the emergence of mockingjays, their jabberjay progenitors became, as Katniss states in Catching Fire , "as rare and tough as rocks".
The Mockingjay does not have the ability to enunciate words, but can perfectly copy the melody of human singing in a whistling tone.
District 11 is known to have an especially large mockingjay population and they are used there to signal the end of the workday.
The mockingjay is a source of embarrassment to the Capitol because of its accidental creation and, because of this, becomes a symbol of anti-Capitol resistance and eventually the whole rebellion itself in the series.
In Catching Fire , Plutarch Heavensbee shows Katniss that his pocket watch displays a holographic mockingjay. In Mockingjay , Katniss is given the identity of "the Mockingjay" as an inspirational figure for the rebels, wearing a mockingjay-inspired costume.
This may also hint at the initial rebellion , resulting in the destruction of District Tracker jackers are wasps engineered to be extremely aggressive, tracking their victims and stinging with extremely painful, hallucinogenic and potentially fatal venom.
Katniss drops a tracker jacker nest on several tributes during her first Hunger Games the 74th Hunger Games , killing two of them.
Glimmer of District 1 was one of these tributes. Katniss and several other tributes are stung and hallucinate. The Capitol uses tracker jacker venom in a process of torture and brainwashing known as "hijacking" which targets the part of the brain that controls fear and confusion and is used to distort the victim's memories.
The technique is used on Peeta in Mockingjay , in an attempt to turn him into an assassin to kill Katniss. The groosling is an edible wild bird the size of a wild turkey.
Katniss hunts it in the first book of the series. Rue states that it is commonly found in District They are spotted and hunted frequently in the 74th Hunger Games.
They are, according to Katniss, fatty and delicious, like turkey. Wolf "muttations" or "mutts" are engineered wolf-like creatures that appear at the end of the 74th Hunger Games to draw Katniss, Peeta, and Cato into a final fight.
These creatures are hybrids created by mixing wolf DNA with the DNA of specific deceased tributes in order to cause them to resemble those tributes.
The resemblance is especially expressed in fur and eye color, but also with collars that match the tributes' district numbers.
They were created by the Gamemakers to draw the three remaining tributes together for the finale. When he is shot in the hand with an arrow, Cato falls off the Cornucopia; in the book, Cato's fight for survival against the mutts goes on for several hours before Katniss shoots him in the skull with an arrow out of pity.
He would not have survived for so long without his suit of body armor and a hidden sword or knife. In the film adaptation, the mutts resemble Rottweiler dogs and Cato dies more quickly.
These creatures are seen in Mockingjay in the tunnels of the Capitol, supposedly created especially to hunt Katniss down as their voices hissed her name.
They are human-sized and described as having tight, white skin with a long reptilian tail, and long wolflike claws. They are engineered to smell like the roses from President Snow's garden, reminding Katniss that he is after her and has many ways to capture her.
Finnick Odair is killed by one. The 75th Games included "muttation" monkeys, with razor-sharp claws, wickedly sharp teeth, and orange fur that would attack during the 4th hour of the "clock".
They attacked the tributes in packs when Peeta glanced up at them, but the woman victor from 6, or 'female morphling' as Katniss calls her, jumps in front of Peeta to save his life as she was part of the alliance formed to defend Katniss and Peeta with their lives.
During the 50th Games, Haymitch struck a temporary alliance with a female tribute from his district named Maysilee Donner. After they break off this alliance, Haymitch hears her screams and runs to her.
He sees a flock of candy-pink birds attacking Maysilee and they spear her throat with their razor-sharp beaks as he arrives.
He stays with her as she dies, just as Katniss stays with Rue. A type of highly venomous snake muttations, with pink, blue or yellow skins, are introduced in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.
They instinctively attack people with unfamiliar smells. The head gamemaker, Dr. Gaul, uses them on one of the mentors, Clemensia Dovecote, as punishment.
Clemensia survives, as she promptly receives the antidote, however the venom causes her to grow scales over her torso and discolours her skin and eyes.
They are deployed in the 10th Hunger Games. Coriolanus Snow suspects this beforehand, so places a handkerchief he had previously lent to the tribute he was mentoring, Lucy Gray Baird, to familiarise them with her smell.
Once delivered to the arena, they kill three of the seven remaining tributes, but do not attack Lucy Gray, and allow her to collect them in her skirt.
Panem also places various poisonous plants in the Games, however, most of the plants are the same as those found in the real world.
Nightlock is a wild bush with extremely toxic berries. The berries will kill almost as soon as they are ingested, and they serve as a major plot device in The Hunger Games , first gathered by Peeta, who thinks they are edible.
Katniss identifies them immediately, luckily before Peeta has eaten any. One of the remaining tributes Foxface steals them and eats them.
When Katniss and Peeta are the last two survivors, the improvised rule allowing two winners from the same district is revoked.
Katniss suggests that they kill themselves by eating the berries, accurately assuming that the Gamemaker would relent rather than have a Game with no victor.
It has been suggested the names may go with Collins' allusions to Romeo and Juliet in the use of the phrase "star-crossed lovers" and the suicidal nature of Romeo and Juliet's death.
In Mockingjay , District 13 makes a suicide pill out of the nightlock toxin and gives one to Katniss and each member of the "Star Squad" in the final Capitol attack in case they are captured.
The word "nightlock" repeated three times is used as the self-destruct code for the Holo, a holographic map device used by the rebels in Mockingjay to display the location of the Capitol's defense pods.
In The Hunger Games , Rue is described as using the leaves of an unidentified plant to treat Katniss's tracker jacker stings.
Katniss recognizes the leaves as something that her mother used, although with different methodology. While Rue utilizes the leaves by chewing them into a pulp then applying them directly to the tracker jacker stings, Katniss' mother stewed the leaves to make an infusion which her patients once drank.
Later in the book, Katniss applies the leaves of the same plant to Peeta's leg wound inflicted by Cato in the hope of warding off infection.
The application causes pus to run out of his leg and the swelling to go down temporarily. Rue, from District 11, pointed out that Katniss had these in her pack in the 74th Hunger Games.
These glasses were used in District 11 to help farmers see at night. The glasses obstruct vision in daylight, but at night, they function as night-vision devices.
The Capitol controls all TV broadcasts within Panem. Sometimes there are emergency announcements that make the TV start itself, like the Hunger Games, news bulletins or warnings.
High-speed maglev trains run throughout Panem, carrying tributes and others on official Capitol business; otherwise, travel between districts is prohibited.
Freight trains are also mentioned throughout the series as the primary means of transporting coal from District 12, as well as goods from the other districts, to the Capitol.
Electromagnetic force fields are used by the Capitol as barriers, mainly in the arenas, where the fields are camouflaged to match the arena's terrain.
In the Second Quarter Quell, Haymitch used the force field as a weapon against a District 1 tribute by bouncing an axe off of it.
In the Third Quarter Quell, Peeta accidentally hits the force field while walking through the tropical arena. Blight, the male District 7 tribute is killed when stumbling upon the force field during the blood rain in that sector.
Katniss also shoots an arrow at the force field to destroy it in the Third Quarter Quell. In Panem, Districts 1—12 wear clothing that is generic and similar to modern-day fashions, but citizens of the Capitol typically wear extravagant designer clothes that are very colorful and peculiar.
In District 13, all citizens' outfits consist of simple grey jumpsuits. In the Games, special uniforms are designed specifically to help the tributes fend against harsh conditions.
An example of the specially designed uniforms are the ones worn in "Catching Fire". In the books, these uniforms included flotation devices due to the fact that most tributes could not swim.
In the films, the uniforms did not have flotation devices, but in both versions, the uniforms were designed to help survive in tropical temperatures.
Technological advances also influence Panem fashions. During both tribute parades and interviews in the Hunger Games trilogy, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark showcased outfits that seemingly caught fire, just like the coal from their District District 12 , while in reality, the flames were purely special effects.
VTOL aircraft, or hovercraft, are used by the capitol to transport Peacekeepers and secure district borders.
They are implied to be extremely fast and silent, as well as several seemingly having active camouflage, seeming to appear out of thin air.
In Mockingjay it is revealed that District 13 has an entire fleet of hovercraft, but never used them due to the fear that the Capitol would retaliate with even more firepower.
Hovercraft are also used in The Hunger Games to transport the tributes to the arena. In Mockingjay the Capitol uses them as bombers to attack Districts 8 and The rebels also used them in this manner while attacking the Nut in District 2 and bombing of the Capitol.
To counter the aircraft, both the Capitol and District 13 operate air defense networks to intercept and shoot them down.
They all lack the active camouflage mentioned in the novels. However, reflective of the novels, they are used for close air support and bombing missions, as well as cargo and personnel transport.
District 13 appears to operate different versions as well as some models similar to those used by the Capitol.
However, in District 2, the rebellion appears to have utilized hovercraft dedicated to combat while bombing the Nut. A Holo Map , more commonly referred to as a Holo, is a piece of technology with the purpose of projecting a holographic map of a location.
In Mockingjay — Part 2 , it is used by the Star Squad as both an interactive, three-dimensional map of the Capitol and as a tool to locate dangerous defense pods hidden in the streets of the city.
It doubles as an explosive device that detonates if a squad member is to flick a switch on the object and repeat the word 'nightlock' three consecutive times.
If set off, it blasts everything within a five-yard radius. It caused the death of the Mutts in Mockingjay.
Nuclear weapons are held by both the Capitol and District Prior to the Dark Days, District 13 was responsible for the Capitol's nuclear weapons development, though publicly it was responsible for graphite mining a material needed in the enrichment process.
It is implied that the weapons are only delivered via missiles. Little information is given on the original source of the weapons development, though it is possible it originated from what remained of the United States military prior to the formation of Panem.
Due to the uncertain nature of the location of the Districts, besides that District 13 was approximately a week on foot from the edge of District 12, it can be assumed that it was located around southern Pennsylvania.
The novels do not clearly state how much weaponry either District 13 or the government of Panem possesses. However, it is implied that each group holds enough that mutually assured destruction is the assumed outcome of another war.
District 1 specializes in producing luxury items such as jewelry. Children living there take pride in representing District 1 in the Games and are often among the group of tributes nicknamed "Careers" who illegally train for the Games from a young age so when they volunteer they have a higher chance of winning.
Katniss refers to them as "the Capitol's lap dogs" in the first book. Once the Games begin, the tributes from the Career-heavy districts typically Districts 1, 2 and 4 in the book, just 1 and 2 in the film tend to form an alliance until they are forced to fight among themselves to determine the winner.
Along with District 2, District 1 is heavily favored by the Capitol and is fairly wealthy compared to the rest of the districts.
It is also noted that people from this district give their children names after expensive material, such as Cashmere, or characteristics of the things they make, such as Glimmer, and Katniss states in the first book she thinks it's "ridiculous.
Glimmer is eventually killed by tracker jackers mutant wasps , which were dropped on the Careers by Katniss. Marvel is killed by Katniss after he kills Rue.
In The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes , both tributes from District 1 Facet and Velveteen are shot by Peacekeepers trying to escape from the arena after its is bombed.
During the Second Rebellion, it is noted that District 1 was one of the first to rebel against the Capitol. District 2 is in charge of stone cutting, supplying Peacekeepers and weapons manufacturing, though it was revealed in Mockingjay that it is also a center of training for the Capitol's army of Peacekeepers.
District 2 is a large district in the mountains, not far from the Capitol itself. Its citizens have better living conditions than most other districts; support for Capitol control is stronger here than in any other district.
Some citizens of District 2 give their children names of Ancient Roman or Greek style, like those common in the Capitol.
District 2 tributes often volunteer for the Games even when not selected in the drawing this is said to make the reapings very difficult.
As such, their tributes are among those referred to as "careers". Like Districts 1 and 4 in the film like District 1 these tributes train for the games.
This is illegal but because of the support District 2 gives for the Capitol, they are let off, along with District 1 and District 4 in the book , the other richer district s.
It is also mentioned that the number of victors is heavily skewed on District 2 due to their eagerness to compete in the game.
Clove came the closest of anyone to killing Katniss, but she was interrupted and killed by Thresh , after having said loudly that the Careers killed Rue, the female tribute from Thresh's district.
Thresh avenged her death. Cato was the final tribute to be killed when Katniss shot him with her bow out of pity after he was shredded beyond repair by wolf-like muttations.
Brutus was killed by Peeta in the arena; Enobaria survived the Games and the rebellion to be one of the few victors left after the war.
Another victor, Commander Lyme, was the leader of the rebellion's District 2 forces during the takeover of The Nut. The District 2 tributes in the Tenth Hunger Games both try to escape after the arena is bombed.
The female tribute, Sabyn, is shot dead by Peacekeepers, while the male tribute, Marcus, successfully escapes and hides in the Capitol sewers, only to be recaptured, beaten, and placed back into the arena, hanging by his wrists from between two tall poles.
Lamina kills him with an axe. District 2 is made up of many small villages, each based around a mine. In the midst of District 2 is a central mountain referred to as "The Nut" by Katniss which contains the command and control center for the Capitol's defenses.
During the Dark Days, District 2 was the Capitol's staunchest ally and received preferential treatment from the Capitol after the rebellion, along with District 1.
Katniss states that many of the other Districts loathe District 2, referring to them as "the Capitol's lap dogs. The rebels were losing in the district until the fall takeover in the book; destruction in the movie of The Nut and Katniss' speech in both to the people of District 2.
District 3 specializes in the production of technology and electronics. Most of its inhabitants work in factories and are very adept in skills such as engineering, which its tributes have used to their advantage in the Games.
In the Seventy-fourth Hunger Games, the male tribute from District 3 manages to reactivate the land mines surrounding the Cornucopia so they can be used to protect the supplies of the Careers.
One of the previous victors to come from District 3, Beetee Latier, won his Games by setting a trap that electrocuted six tributes at once, crowning him the victor.
He also used his skills after being chosen to compete in the Seventy-fifth Hunger Games in Catching Fire.
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Katniss realisiert, dass es nicht mehr nur ums blosse Überleben geht, sondern dass die Zukunft ihres ganzen Landes auf dem Spiel steht.
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See more. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. One of the most celebrated movie series of all time comes to its thrilling conclusion in the last chapter of The Hunger Games.
Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen, who began her journey fighting to survive the brutal Hunger Games, and rose to lead the rebellion against Panem's tyrannical president Donald Sutherland.
Now, Katniss and a team of rebels from District 13 prepare for the final epic battle that will decide Panem's future.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Katniss and Peeta embark on a victory tour while President Snow plots a deadly new Hunger Games that could change Panem forever.
Der Film startete am November in den deutschen Kinos. Die Handlung des Films setzt einige Monate nach den Hungerspielen ein. Zu Anfang des Films trifft sich Katniss mit ihrem Jagdgefährten Gale im Wald, wo sie gemeinsam überlegen, wie sie dem Kapitol entfliehen könnten.
Es wird klar, dass Katniss von den Hungerspielen schwer traumatisiert ist. So sieht sie statt eines Truthahnes einen Tribut, den sie erschossen hat, woraufhin sie einen Zusammenbruch erleidet.
Diese seien erst durch ihr regelwidriges Verhalten in den Hungerspielen ausgelöst worden. Doch die Aufstände breiten sich weiter aus und auch Peetas medienwirksamer Heiratsantrag an Katniss verbessert ihre Lage nicht.
Snow berät mit dem neuen Spielmacher Plutarch Heavensbee, der sich freiwillig als Nachfolger des hingerichteten Seneca Crane gemeldet hat, was gegen die Rebellion und deren Hoffnungsträgerin Katniss Everdeen zu tun sei.
Damit sollen alle Sieger, die in Snows Augen eine Bedrohung darstellen, aber vor allem Katniss, ausgeschaltet werden. Sie will sich opfern, sodass Peeta überleben kann.
Aus Distrikt 12 werden Katniss und Haymitch ausgelost, um in die Arena zu ziehen. Peeta meldet sich jedoch freiwillig für Haymitch, sodass wie im Vorjahr Katniss und Peeta die Tribute für Distrikt 12 sind.
Allen Gegenstimmen zum Trotz finden die Spiele statt. Kurz vor Spielbeginn muss Katniss mit ansehen, wie Cinna von Friedenswächtern brutal zusammengeschlagen und fortgebracht wird.
Gleich darauf findet Katniss sich in der Arena auf ihrem Podest wieder. Es ist von Wasser umgeben, das umliegende Land ist von Dschungel bewachsen.
Die Tribute schwimmen zum Füllhorn und liefern sich dabei schon erste Kämpfe. Dort lauern eine Vielzahl von Gefahren: Als Peeta das Kraftfeld, das die Arena umgibt, berührt, erleidet er einen Herzstillstand, doch Finnick gelingt es, ihn zu reanimieren.
Kurz darauf wird die Gruppe von einem giftigen Nebel überrascht, der alles Lebendige verätzt; Mags opfert sich, damit Finnick und Katniss den verletzten Peeta retten können.
Als sie von einer wilden Meute Affen angegriffen werden, retten sie sich auf den Strand beim Füllhorn. Dort treffen sie auf die Axtkämpferin Johanna Mason aus Distrikt 7, den Ingenieur Beetee und Wiress beide aus Distrikt 3 , die sich ebenfalls mit ihnen verbünden.
Wiress steht unter Schock, hat aber trotzdem das System der Arena erkannt. Die Arena ist in zwölf Segmente eingeteilt.
Zu einer bestimmten Uhrzeit wird in einem bestimmten Segment eine Falle ausgelöst, beispielsweise der ätzende Nebel.
Nach einer Stunde wird im nächsten Sektor im Uhrzeigersinn die nächste Falle ausgelöst. Nachdem sie gemeinsam das Stundentakt-System der Arena erkannt haben, werden sie von den Karrieros aus den Distrikten 1 und 2 angegriffen, wobei Wiress stirbt.
Beetee entwickelt den Plan, Blitze, die alle zwölf Stunden in einen Baum einschlagen, mit einem Draht in den nassen Sand zu lenken und so die Karrieretribute auszuschalten.
Johanna und Katniss verlegen den Draht, als sie angegriffen werden. Johanna verletzt Katniss am Arm, beschmiert sie mit ihrem Blut, beschwört sie liegenzubleiben und verschwindet, von den Angreifern verfolgt.
Katniss folgt dem Draht zurück zum Baum und findet Beetee bewusstlos vor. Durch den dadurch verursachten Kurzschluss wird das Kraftfeld deaktiviert und das System im Kontrollraum der Spielmacher bricht zusammen.
Präsident Snow, der den Zusammenbruch beobachtet, stellt daraufhin das Verschwinden von Plutarch Heavensbee fest.
Ein Hovercraft holt die halb bewusstlose Katniss aus der Arena. Wenig später kommt sie zu sich, neben ihr liegt der noch bewusstlose Beetee.
Katniss erfährt, dass es von Anfang an den Plan gab, sie aus der Arena zu retten, um die Revolution voranzutreiben, die vom zerstört geglaubten Distrikt 13 ausgeht.
Peeta und Johanna wurden jedoch vom Kapitol gefangen genommen. Katniss wirft Haymitch vor, dass er sein Versprechen gebrochen habe, Peeta am Leben zu halten und geht wutentbrannt auf Haymitch los.