Fifth about The Seventh

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games: there is a level of discomfort with this film that comes from the story: how barbaric is a society that does that to children? The discomfort, from a story point of view, goes even beyond that, but any comments would entail spoilers. The film feels a tad overlong; luckily, Jennifer Lawrence is more than capable of holding any frame she is part of.

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