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Nach den zweiten Hunger Games wird Katniss von den Rebellen in dem zerstört geglaubten, unterirdischen District 13 in Sicherheit gebracht, während Peeta von der Regierung gefangen gehalten wird. Für die unterdrückte Gesellschaft ist Katniss eine. Die Tribute von Panem – Mockingjay Teil 1 (Originaltitel: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr. Die Tribute von Panem – Mockingjay Teil 2 (Originaltitel: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2) ist ein US-amerikanisch-deutscher Science-Fiction-Film aus. Die Tribute von Panem - Mockingjay Teil 1 [dt./OV]. (1,)2h 3minX-Ray Distrikt 13 bereitet einen Aufstand gegen das Kapitol vor. Als Spotttölpel kehrt. "Die Tribute von Panem - Mockingjay 1" Katniss Everdeen konnte von den Rebellen aus der Arena gerettet werden und in dem zerstört geglaubten Distrikt 13 in.
Grossartig der Titel: Mockingjay Part I. Mocking was? What the f? Klingt ja passabel, aber was zum Henker soll dieses Wort bedeuten? "Die Tribute von Panem - Mockingjay 1" Katniss Everdeen konnte von den Rebellen aus der Arena gerettet werden und in dem zerstört geglaubten Distrikt 13 in. Nach den zweiten Hunger Games wird Katniss von den Rebellen in dem zerstört geglaubten, unterirdischen District 13 in Sicherheit gebracht, während Peeta von der Regierung gefangen gehalten wird. Für die unterdrückte Gesellschaft ist Katniss eine.
Mocking Jay - Weitere Serientitel zu Die Tribute von PanemWeitere Empfehlungen einblenden Weniger Empfehlungen einblenden. Doch Snow antwortet mit noch grausameren Angriffen und instrumentalisiert Peeta für seine Zwecke. Coin lässt die Einwohner von Distrikt 13 in die unteren Ebenen evakuieren. Quelle: Blickpunkt:Film. So lässt sie sich nur schweren Herzens darauf ein, sich von der Präsidentin von Distrikt 13 zu einem Symbol der Rebellion aufbauen zu lassen. Das deutsche Filmstudio Babelsberg ist Koproduzent. Gale deutet an, dass das Kapitol sie offenbar habe entkommen lassen.
Plutarch shows the rebels a holographic map of the Capitol showing thousands of traps called Pods , deadly lethal weapons designed by the Capitol.
The pods are strewn throughout the entire city and the team refers to it as the 76th Hunger Games , because of the Pods' Hunger Games-inspired design.
Hundreds of soldiers prepare for the final battle, and Boggs is given a Holo , a device which shows where the pods are located.
As Squad advances through a safe Capitol neighborhood, they accidentally trigger a pod which sends a dart straight through Leeg 2's head, killing her.
To the Squad's surprise, Peeta is sent as a replacement as he has recovered quite a bit from the hijacking, but is still unstable, which leads Katniss to the conclusion that President Coin thinks that she's "of more used to her [President Coin] dead than alive".
After Peeta's arrival, Boggs makes a call to Coin about his being in the squad. When he returns, he says that he believes Coin sent Peeta personally to kill Katniss since after the war, a new leader will be chosen and Katniss, having a lot of influence as the Mockingjay, will be a threat if her vote doesn't go to Coin.
To make sure she is still all powerful and a much larger influence than Katniss, Coin sends Peeta to the Squad, hoping he would kill her.
Katniss starts to treat Peeta very rudely, but most of the squad shoots looks at her, telling Katniss that treating him that way was wrong.
But only after a call from Haymitch, who tells her to reverse the situation in her head as in Katniss was the one hijacked, and she knew that the normal Peeta would do anything to get her back , Katniss realizes that she was wrong to be hostile and rude to Peeta.
Katniss starts trying to help Peeta remember his former memories. The Squad creates a game, "Real or Not Real," to help him separate the hijacked memories from the real ones.
During this, Peeta reveals that when he was held in the Capitol, they forced him to watch the execution of two Avoxes, Darius a former Peacekeeper guarding District 12 and a friend of Katniss and Gale and Lavinia a girl who Katniss and Gale saw trying to escape before the reaping of the 74th Hunger Games , under the guise of trying to get information about the rebellion.
As the Squad move a little further into the Capitol, they decide to film a propo. They set two pods off safely and take a break from filming.
During the next propo shoot, Boggs hits a mislabeled pod that blows off his legs. At the same time, another pod is activated, creating a black wave that begins to advance onto the squad.
While trying to move Boggs to an apartment to escape the wave, Peeta has an episode and nearly kills Katniss with his gun.
When a member of the squad, Mitchell , tries to pin him down, Peeta accidentally kills him by throwing him off of him, causing him to land in a mislabeled pod that encases Mitchell in a net of barbed wire.
Inside the apartment, Boggs transfers the Holo to Katniss and dies after telling her four orders: "Don't trust them, don't go back.
Kill Peeta. Do what you came to do. She admits that she thinks that only Boggs knew. Cressida backs up Katniss' story, saying that Plutarch wants the assassination of Snow to be televised, thinking that it would end the war.
Jackson doesn't believe Katniss and demands for the holo to handed over to her, although Katniss refuses. They walk to an abandoned apartment and find couches strewn across the room.
They all sit down, with Jackson still pointing her gun at an unconscious Peeta. Katniss doesn't realize that Peeta had regained consciousness and saw himself attacking Katniss and killing Mitchell on the TV.
Peeta suggests that they kill him, but Katniss won't allow it - saying that he is too important to the mission to lose.
After they find food to eat, Snow comes on the TV and informs the nation that Katniss Everdeen was just a girl, not a leader, and that the odds are in the Capitol's favor in this brutal war.
Back in District 13, Beetee hijacks the signal and broadcasts President Coin instead of Snow, and gives a speech of her own, saying that she believes in what the Mockingjay stands for and that the rebels will find the strength they need to get rid of their oppressors.
The grace period of the Capitol thinking that the Squad is dead gives a head start for Katniss, now leading the team.
The Squad has a limited period of time before the Capitol realizes that they are still alive. They start looking for a way out, as the streets are not a possibility and the roof is just as bad.
The team then decides to head into the sewers with the help of Pollux, who used to work there as an Avox.
He navigates the Squad underground, and Peeta remarks that Pollux has become their most valuable asset. While they sleep, Katniss can hear strange voices calling her name.
The team awakens and Peeta shouts a warning to Katniss, telling her to run as mutts are approaching. They run through an area called "The Transfer", avoiding the pods strewn about, but Messalla sets one off, causing him to get caught in a cage and having his flesh melt off like candle wax.
The team members force themselves to move on, but they are attacked by lizard mutts , and are forced to fight.
Peacekeepers come to try and kill the squad, but they are killed by the lizard mutts. Katniss sets the meat grinder pod off deliberately in an attempt to kill most of the mutts whilst they retreat to the surface.
Jackson and Leeg 1 stay behind at the meat grinder pod, sacrificing themselves so that the others can escape. Castor and Homes are also killed by the Lizard mutts.
The squad makes it to the surface, but Katniss sees Finnick get decapitated by the lizard mutts. She throws the holo into the sewers, killing the mutts but destroying the holo.
The Squad are shaken by the many deaths from the team as now only Katniss, Peeta, Gale, Cressida and Pollux are alive.
The squad keeps climbing further and further towards the surface until they reach an apartment where they take shelter. Once inside they find a woman, but before she can alert any Capitol forces, Katniss kills her.
As they move through the streets of the Capitol, they find themselves right in the heart of the Capitol streets and are at a risk of being seen.
Cressida leads them to a shop owned by an old friend of hers, Tigris. She agrees to keep them safe and feed them.
The team manages to stay in the cellar of Tigris ' shop, where they stay for a couple of days and watch the rebels advance.
The Capitol and the rebels are now engaged in a full scale war. One night, while everyone sleeps, Katniss hears Peeta and Gale having a conversation about her in which Gale says that Katniss will choose who she thinks she can't live without.
This upsets her but keeps it to herself. Tigris returns in the evening with meat and roast potatoes for the squad, and informs them that the Capitol citizens have been forced out onto the streets while the war carries on.
The squad plans out their course of action over the course of the following day and night. While waiting, Capitol citizens are sent further into the city.
They thank Tigris for her help and leave the shop and walk into the streets. They become split up in the process, leaving Gale and Katniss together, but a riot ensures and the rebels start attacking the two, causing the Capitol to fight back.
Countless civilians are killed in the crossfire, and Katniss witnesses a young girl get shot. Gale and Katniss know they must keep moving, otherwise they'll be killed or identified, so they keep moving, running through the streets avoiding gunfire.
Gale manages to get a gun from a Peacekeeper, and Katniss keeps her bow hidden beneath her coat. They see a pod activate, which sends a purple beam of light down a street, causing everyone caught in it to bleed to death from every orifice.
Another pod activates, causing another street to split down the middle into a crevice below. Many people, civilian and fighter alike, fall into the pit and Katniss and Gale become separated.
He almost escapes, but he is captured by Peacekeepers and orders Katniss to shoot him, but she can't bring herself to do so.
As Katniss flees further into the Capitol with the intent of finding and killing President Snow, she finds herself pressing on alone towards Snow's mansion, which has supposedly been opened to shelter Capitol children but is actually intended to provide human shields for Snow.
A huge crowd of young children are huddled behind the barricade as Katniss watches a hovercraft marked with the Capitol seal drop dozens of parachutes down on the children, containing medical supplies such as food and water.
As the children collect the parachutes, bombs placed in the supply packages explode and kill many of them. As Katniss and the crowd watch in horror, rebel medics arrive and start to break through the barricade in order to help the children.
Then, Katniss notices her sister Prim in the crowd of children helping. She rushes towards the barricades, shouting her sisters name.
Prim hears Katniss and turns to see her running towards her. As Katniss gets nearer to the barricade, a second wave of bombs go off, sending Katniss hurtling through the air and killing many more children, including Prim.
The last word from Prim in the novel before she died was "Katniss". Katniss is transferred to President Snow's mansion, now that the rebels have finally taken control over the Capitol, but Katniss is severely burned and has been diagnosed with depression, verging on the edge on insanity.
Katniss doesn't speak and wanders around the mansion alone, eating very little and consuming large amounts of morphling.
While on the drug, the dead visit Katniss, including her sister. Her mother takes care of her, but neither of them speak and both are drained emotionally and psychologically, especially Katniss.
President Snow is tried of crimes against humanity and various war crimes, and is found guilty. One day, Katniss ventures into the rose garden surprised to find that it is where Snow is being kept.
She picks a rose for Snow to wear at his execution. They sit down to talk, although Katniss says few words.
Katniss realizes that if this is true, the bombing may have been the result of a plan originally developed by her friend Gale; however, Gale almost denied his involvement.
Katniss doesn't know what to believe or who to trust. Coin decides they should hold a vote to see if they should hold a 76th Hunger Games consisting with the children from those who had most power in the Capitol.
Peeta votes no, saying that it would be wrong to do so. Beetee votes no, saying that the rebels fought to end the Hunger Games, not allow more.
Annie votes no, and says Finnick would say no too. Enobaria and Johanna vote yes. Katniss vote yes, saying that it would be for Prim.
Haymitch agrees with her. Katniss gives Coin the rose to give to Snow. On the day of Snow's execution, everyone in the mansion prepares.
Katniss is surprised by her old prep team, including Effie Trinket , who dress her into her Mockingjay outfit, telling her that all other stylists were killed after the Quarter Quell.
Katniss makes a note to herself to give Effie and the team political immunity from being charged with any crime. Everyone leaves to go to the execution, and thousands of people stand and watch.
Katniss sees Snow wearing the rose tied to a post, Coin announces the execution and the crimes that have led to Snow's execution. Katniss loads her arrow.
Katniss remembers a conversation with Snow in which they promised not to lie to each other. She realizes that Snow was telling the truth about Coin ordering the children to be killed, knowing that by sending Prim into battle she would be killed by the bombings, making Katniss unstable and Coin the next suitable candidate for President.
When she is supposed to execute Snow, she kills Coin instead. Although three, including Peeta, are against the plan, Katniss, Haymitch and two others outvote them.
Set to execute Snow, Katniss instead shoots Coin and immediately attempts suicide, but Peeta stops her, and she is arrested in the ensuing riot.
Snow is later found dead, and Commander Paylor of District 8 takes over as president. Katniss is acquitted of murder by reason of insanity and sent home to District 12, while her mother leaves for District 4 and Gale leaves for District 2.
Other District 12 natives later return, including Peeta, who has recovered his memories and his love for Katniss. She embraces him, recognizing her need for his hope and strength.
Together, they write a book to preserve the memory of those who died. Though still suffering flashbacks and screaming nightmares, they manage to comfort each other.
Twenty years later, Katniss and Peeta are married and have two children. Under Paylor's administration, the Hunger Games are abolished with the arenas replaced by memorials.
Katniss is beyond joyful with her new life and her family, but still carries mental and emotional scars, and dreads the day her children learn about their parents' involvement in the war and the Games.
When she feels distressed, Katniss plays a comforting, repetitive game: reminding herself of every good thing she has ever seen someone do.
The series ends with Katniss' reflection that there are much worse games to play. Reviews have noted many themes in the previous books that are also explored in "Mockingjay".
A review from The Baltimore Sun noted that "the themes of the series, including physical hardships, loyalty in extreme circumstances and traversing morally ambiguous terrain, are continued at an even larger scale.
At the same time, while she was symbolically touching thousands of lives, she must also lead those people into war.
Finally, Katniss realizes she cannot even trust President Coin , leader of District In an interview with Collins, it was noted that the series "tackles issues like severe poverty, starvation, oppression, and the effects of war.
Even in a dystopian future, there's a better future. Minzesheimer also noted a central question of "Real or not real?
Mockingjay was first released in the US and Canada on August 24, The audiobook was released simultaneously on August 24, by Scholastic Audio.
The book had a 1. Following this, Scholastic printed an additional , copies, bringing the initial print run up to 1.
Scholastic Trade president Ellie Berger said that sales "have exceeded all expectations". To promote the release of Mockingjay , many bookstores held midnight release parties.
The official event in New York City was attended by Collins, and included many activities such as a tarot card reader, a magician, jugglers and face-painters.
Prizes such as signed copies of Catching Fire and Hunger Games-themed cups were raffled. Once Collins arrived, she read the first chapter of the novel, explaining that she would read with an accent since Katniss, the narrator, is from Appalachia.
By midnight, copies were being sold with a signature stamp since Collins had a hand injury and was unable to sign.
Before the release, Scholastic also released a trailer for the book, launched a Facebook page that gained over 22, fans in 10 days, and held a contest for booksellers to win a visit from Collins and an online countdown clock to the release date.
There were also advertisements for the book on websites such as Entertainment Weekly and Romantic Times. National Entertainment Collectibles Association also sold other goods such as T-shirts, posters, games and bracelets.
Mockingjay has received generally positive reviews from critics. Some noted that there was a suspense drop between Catching Fire and the start of Mockingjay.
The review went on to praise the "sharp social commentary and the nifty world building". The Baltimore Sun 's Nancy Knight commented that the book "ends on an ostensibly happy note, but the heartbreaking effects of war and loss aren't sugar-coated" and that it will have readers thinking about the effects of war on society.
However, she criticized that it was not as "impeccably plotted" as The Hunger Games. While a review from The Sacramento Bee praised the action scenes and the battle in the Capitol, the reviewer also criticized Collins for not giving enough time to finish all the loose ends, writing that "the disappointment with Mockingjay hits primarily as Collins starts her home stretch.
It's almost as if she didn't allocate enough time or chapters to handle all her threads". The Hunger Games trilogy was adapted into a series of films, with the stars of the film The Hunger Games signed on for all four films.
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