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Hunger Games Film/Book Comparison

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Millan Patel

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The Hunger Games Film/Book Comparison By Millan Patel Characterization Film Book V S In the film, Katniss gets nervous and misses the target at first while showing her skills in front of the Gamemakers. The shot was taken on set. After that, she was so mad she shot the apple right out of the pig's mouth. In the book, Katniss hits a bulls eye right off the bat, but the Gamemakers did not see it because they were distracted right at the start. After that Katniss shot and arrow at the pig's apple. Exposition Film Book In the film, Katniss receives the Mockingjay pin from an old saleswoman. Katniss gives it to Prim who then gives it back to Katniss. The store that Katniss bought it from had very desaturated colors and the pin was in focus. Katniss takes that pin into the arena with her and it became her symbol. In the book, Katniss receives the Mockingjay Pin as a gift from the Mayor's daughter, Mage. Katniss was surprised but still excepted the gift. Katniss wore the pin in the arena. Climax Film Book In the film, Peeta and Katniss had just begun to lift the berries until they were told to stop. While Peeta and Katniss were holding the berries, there was and extreme close-up so the viewers can see the berries. When the hovercraft came to take Katniss and Peeta out of the arena there was a high angle shot looking down on them. Peeta and Katniss were both victors of the Hunger Games. In the book, the berries had just past Peeta's and Katniss's mouths. When they were told to stop, they had to spit them out so they did not die. In the end they were both still the victors. Resolution Film Book In the film, Seneca Crane was locked in a room with only the nightlock berries. From the scene we can infer that forced him to commit suicide. In the final scene, Katniss and Peeta return to District 12 and there is an extreme close-up on their hands in the air In the book, we never know what happens to Seneca Crane, but in the next book we know he was replaced by Plutarch. When Katniss and Peeta returned to District 12, they held hands and then held them in the air. Setting Film Book In the film, the Cornucopia was a giant, metal figure in the shape of a Cornucopia. The Cornucopia was sitting on the ground. The Cornucopia contained many useful items to help survive in the arena. The Cornucopia was one of the main parts of the Mise en Scene. When it was shown for the first time it was the only object in focus. In the book, the Cornucopia was described to be a golden object. The Cornucopia had many survival materials to use in the arena. Thank You for Watching My Presentation "And May the Odds be Ever in Your Favor!"
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