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Because narration breaks the illusion of suspension of disbelief and immersion. Hunger Games director Gary Ross was directly asked and directly answered on why it lacks any narration, from Katniss or otherwise: Screenrant: This was a tough nut to crack, obviously. The book is so Katniss-centric and relies on her particular understanding of how to play ...


Answering to this^: "As I remember it from the book's ending, Hannibal kept Clarice more-or-less continually drugged and they live happily ever after." Actually the book specifically says that Starling is not drugged for a while now when Barney and his gf (Lillian?) are in the same Opera Hall a while after the famous brain dinner, so she stays with Lecter ...

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