Propaganda In Mocking Jay

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SUMMARY: The film The Hunger Games: MockingJay Part I takes place directly after the actions of the last instalment “Catching Fire” where Katniss Everdeen is rescued from the Hunger Games. In this instalment of the story, Katniss is taken to District 13 now an underground facility, which was bombed many years ago in the first attempt of rebellion and is. Ensuring Katniss’s survival was key for District 13’s President Coin and the other leaders, who used her as the symbol of the rebellion as she is the “Mockingjay”. Their idea was to unite all districts as one against the Capital through the use of propaganda films. However, due to their mistake of leaving Peeta behind in the games, Katniss is uncooperative. The only option left is to remind…show more content…
Their main goal is to become free and live without the constant fear of mistreatment and death from the Capital. When Katniss fired her arrow into the force field in the 75th Hunger Games she electrified the nation. The Capital and Panem were both confused as to what had happened and what was going to happen next. As Gale explained during the second Propaganda film. the peacekeepers forced everyone inside their homes when the force field went down and started to leave the District. Gale, understood that when the peacekeepers were leaving that the Capital was going to retaliate against the districts for a violation of trust, especially District 12. Thus, leaving District 12 to fend for themselves and evacuate before being bombed. The specific point in regards to the bombing of District 12 is that it is the home of both Peeta and Katniss, the victors of the 74th Hunger games and evidently the destruction of the 75th hunger games. The significance of Katniss Everdeen started when she volunteered as tribute for her sister, evidently saving her family from being in the games. All Districts had two tributes to represent their towns. The reason for her survival and ability to relate to people was due to her passion and sensibility of hope. Utilizing the games to help save people instead of killing them off like animals, showed her morals were for the greater good of mankind. The fight for her was for good not evil and this is the reason why she is a representation of the mockingjay. The audience is drawn into this character through her relatable characteristics. Film movements such as Soviet Montage and Modernism depict how Katniss Everdeen is both the strong point of the rebellion within the film, but also the symbol of hope that the Districts of Panem will unite against the

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