Hi, I need help with essay on Using Comparison and Contrast of Novel/Book Verses Movie:. Paper must be at least 1750 words. Please, no plagiarized work!Third, most movies will omit or add some content

Hi, I need help with essay on Using Comparison and Contrast of Novel/Book Verses Movie:. Paper must be at least 1750 words. Please, no plagiarized work!

Third, most movies will omit or add some content to the original material to make it suit the directors’ ideas. Finally and of crucial magnitude is a difference in interpretation. a director might misinterpret the original content thus confuse the audience. With this information in mind, the following text will evaluate Gary Ross’ film The Hunger Games whose screenplay is borrowed from Suzanne Collin’s Novel The Hunger Games and give supportive evidence of variations or similarities between the two.

The Hunger Games book is a sci-fi novel produced in 2008 by Suzanne Collins, an American writer, and it revolves around the life of a sixteen-year old girl named Katniss. It was to be later used as a screenplay in founding a movie in a similar title, and almost similar development. Katniss lives in the American north in a post-apocalyptic nation named Panem which is highly advanced, and upon its throne sits some mighty autocratic president. The title “hunger games” arises from an annual festival held in the state annually in which every district [there are several] in the nation produces a girl and a boy in their teenage years who are put to fight in a televised real life battle, only ending when a single contestant has eliminated all the contestants or rivals. Katniss was not chosen to represent District 12 at the hunger games but she took up the task in place of her younger sister who was to be the district 12’s representative for the approaching festival. It was the love for her sister that prompted her to take up the challenge in her sister’s place. Together with her male counterpart Peeta Mellark also from District 12, they take up the challenge which apart from seeing them form a coalition in fighting against the brutal system binds the two in a romantic relationship. The story ends when the contestants and citizens coalesce and fight against the autocratic system of rule, ending the brutal games and restoring normalcy