Woody Harrelson trainierte für den Film übrigens im US National Whitewater Center im Für die Außenaufnahmen der riesigen Hungerspiele-Arena diente der. Im futuristischen Land Panem werden alljährlich die sogenannten Hungerspiele veranstaltet. Sie sollen die bettelarme Bevölkerung an die brutale. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Die Tribute von Panem Tribute von Panem - Catching Fire" Katniss und Peeta haben die Hungerspiele überlebt.
Die Tribute von Panem – The Hunger GamesDie Handlung des Films setzt einige Monate nach den Hungerspielen ein. Seit Katniss Everdeen und Peeta Mellark die Spiele entgegen den Regeln des. Hungerspiele. Das Trauma der Rebellion, die ihm seine Eltern nahm und im Kapitol zeitweise zu grauenhaften Szenen von Totschlag und. Hungerspiele, die noch lebenden Gewinner der vergangenen Spiele und dritten Teil wirkt, ist der zweite Film sogar noch ein wenig besser als der erste. In Die.
Film Hungerspiele Navigation menu VideoThe Hunger Games (2012 Movie) - Official Theatrical Trailer - Jennifer Lawrence \u0026 Liam Hemsworth Like und ein Kommentar mit eurem Wunschfilm nicht vergessen. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hunger is a historical drama film directed by Steve McQueen and starring Michael Fassbender, Liam Cunningham, and Liam McMahon, about the Irish hunger strike. It was written by Enda Walsh and McQueen. Zur Mahnung und als Druckmittel veranstalten die Führer der Stadt alljährlich jetzt die Hungerspiele. Für diese muß jeder Distrikt jeweils einen männlichen und weiblichen Teenager zwischen 12 und 18 Jahren in die Arena entsenden, wo die zwei Dutzend Jugendlichen bis zum Tode kämpfen müssen. Wäre cool wenn es den Film noch in p /
März an. Die Deutschland-Premiere fand am März in Berlin statt. März wurde bekannt, dass Jennifer Lawrence die Rolle bekommen hatte, obwohl sie vier Jahre älter war als die von ihr darzustellende Figur.
Laut The Hollywood Reporter haben sich neben Hutcherson auch noch Alexander Ludwig , Hunter Parrish , Lucas Till , Evan Peters und Alex Pettyfer für die Rolle des Peeta beworben.
Auch für die Rolle des Gale hatten sich neben Hemsworth auch noch David Henrie , Drew Roy , Avan Jogia und Robbie Amell beworben.
Gedreht wurde vom Mai bis zum September an verschiedenen Orten in North Carolina. Die Szenen, die im Kapitol spielen, wurden in Charlotte und in Concord gedreht.
Während als Arena Asheville verwendet wurde, nahm man Hildebran und Shelby als Distrikt Weitere Drehorte waren DuPont State Forest, North Fork Reservoir sowie der Pisgah National Forest.
Der Film spielte am Eröffnungswochenende in den Vereinigten Staaten Millionen US-Dollar ein und hatte damit dort den drittbesten Start eines Nicht-3D-Films, nach The Dark Knight Rises und The Dark Knight.
Er war dort neun Wochen lang in den Top 10 der Boxoffice-Charts, vier davon auf Platz 1. Katniss ist damit die bis dahin erfolgreichste weibliche Heldenfigur der US-amerikanischen Kinogeschichte.
In Deutschland sahen am Startwochenende Bis zum 2. Es ist, als wolle man Hitler mit Leni Riefenstahl austreiben. Insgesamt bleibe der Film leicht hinter der Buchvorlage zurück.
Der Film weist einige Unterschiede zur Romanvorlage auf. Folgende Änderungen wirken sich dabei auf die Geschichte aus:. Die dreiteilige Die-Tribute-von-Panem -Romanreihe wurde in insgesamt vier Teilen verfilmt, wobei der dritte Teil, Flammender Zorn , in zwei Filme aufgeteilt wurde.
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Ripper Sandra Ellis Lafferty Greasy Sae as Sandra Lafferty Woody Harrelson Haymitch Abernathy Josh Hutcherson Peeta Mellark Paula Malcomson Katniss' Mother Willow Shields Primrose Everdeen Donald Sutherland President Snow Elizabeth Banks Effie Trinket Bruce Bundy He then crumbles in a heap on the floor with no strength left to stand.
The orderly carries him to his room. Sands' parents stay for the final days, his mother being at his side when Sands dies, 66 days after beginning the strike.
A series of closing titles state that Sands was elected to the United Kingdom Parliament as MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone while he was on strike.
Nine other men died with him during the seven-month strike before it was called off. Shortly afterwards, the British government conceded in one form or another to virtually all of the prisoners' five demands despite never officially granting political status.
After financing for Hunger was turned down by the Irish Film Board , the film was instead co-funded by Northern Ireland Screen , Broadcast Commission of Ireland , Channel 4 , Film4 Productions , and the Wales Creative IP Fund.
In preparation for his role, Michael Fassbender went on a special diet of less than calories a day for ten weeks. After meeting with a nutritionist, he settled on a diet of berries, nuts, and sardines, and underwent periodic medical checks.
In an interview with The Telegraph , Fassbender said that he skipped, did yoga, and walked four and a half miles a day, but also added that he had difficulty sleeping, and stopped seeing friends.
He also said that the experience made him feel "grateful" and "strong". The film is also notable for an unbroken minute shot, in which a priest played by Liam Cunningham tries to talk Bobby Sands out of his protest.
In it, the camera remains in the same position for the duration of the entire shot. To prepare for the scene, Cunningham moved into Michael Fassbender 's apartment for a time while they practiced the scene between twelve and fifteen times a day.
According to Fassbender, they did only five takes. Hunger premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 15 May , where it opened the official sidebar section, Un Certain Regard , sparking both walkouts and a standing ovation,  before screening at the Sydney Film Festival on 7 June,  the Toronto International Film Festival on 6 September,  the New York Film Festival on 27 September,  and the Chicago International Film Festival on 19 October The website's critical consensus states, "Unflinching, uncompromising, vivid and vital, Steve McQueen's challenging debut is not for the faint hearted, but it's still a richly rewarding retelling of troubled times.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times spoke most positively of the piece stating, "Hunger is not about the rights and wrongs of the British in Northern Ireland, but about inhumane prison conditions, the steeled determination of IRA members like Bobby Sands, and a rock and a hard place.
McQueen's way of showing the body itself as an arsenal, arguably the last weapon any of us have to fight back.
This is a powerful, provocative piece of work, which leaves a zero-degree burn on the retina. Lauren Wissot of Slant Magazine said of the film, "Hunger, with all its visual, sonic and editing elements flowing together in harmony like a five-star, six-course meal, exemplifies the phrase [art film].
On either side of its middle section, where the very wordiness stands ironic witness to the ultimate impossibility to explain, Hunger has the power and hieratic integrity of silent cinema.
Truly powerful filmmaking. Ian Freer of Empire magazine praised both McQueen and Fassbender, proclaiming, "Anchored by Fassbender's turn, Hunger is as much about the personal as the political.
The real breakthrough, though, is McQueen, who turns in a film that dazzles and challenges in equal measure.
It's not an easy watch — but it's an invigorating one. Long live McQueen. Club highlighted "Hunger may be criticized for being willfully arty, or for reducing a complex political situation to a broadly allegorical vision of martyrdom, but it's never less than visually stunning.
Seneca Crane When Katniss hugs Peeta, her right arm crosses over Peeta's left shoulder, the following shot after, her arm is under Peeta's left arm.
The film opens with a worded passage about the history of the Hunger Games. In the last section, all of the text fades away except for the film's title.
A rough cut of the film was submitted to the BBFC in the UK for an advisory screening, a process used by filmmakers to see how likely a film will obtain a certain rating.
The BBFC explained a 12A rating would be likely if the violence was toned down. Four scenes were changes, removing bloody violence, threat and a scene of injury.
These included the use of alternate footage and the digital removal of blood. When the finished film was submitted to the BBFC for a formal classification, the BBFC stated that more cuts would be needed in order to secure the 12A.
Blood splashes were digitally removed from both impacts to bodies and blood on blades of weapons, achieved through the darkening of certain shots and by digitally erasing blood from the image.
The BBFC then gave the film a 12A rating for cinema release. This pre-cut version was released on DVD in the UK with a 12 rating. However, the US PG version was submitted to the BBFC for the UK Blu-ray release, which was classified '15' uncut.
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