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He wants to destroy the symbol of the revolution. Think back to the end of the first film. Katniss saves Peeta's life by threatening to eat the poisonous berries, and thus kill them both. In doing so she forces the government's hand, making Snow look weak. Katniss then has to pretend to love Peeta, and this love is shown to the public. Snow even taunts ...


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Whilst answers from the movie are always good, the Mockingjay novel discusses this in its very first Chapter. It states: Almost nothing remains of District 12. A month ago, the Capitol's firebombs obliterated the poor coal miners' houses in the Seam, the shops in the town, even the Justice Building. The only area that escaped incineration was the ...


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Rendered animation in movies is indeed a software or a piece of computer program only. You must have heard of the software Renderman which catapulted Pixar's success. Now, in software industry, any piece of code/program is developed with the scope of being reusable. That's the whole point of it. So let's say there is a computer program that can render a ...


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It was destroyed during the First Rebellion when the united districts of Panem rebelled against the Capitol's oppressive rule. Near the end of the war, District 13 trained nuclear missiles on the Capitol, hoping to destroy the Capitol even if the result was mutually assured destruction. However, District 13 set up a secret deal with the Capitol - ...


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"Is it really cheaper to render an animal than to bring a real one to a movie?" No, but you have absolute and total control over the reaction of the deer if it's rendered. You can probably get a live deer to do what you want (assuming deer are trainable, which I don't know), but that rendered deer... If you want it to dance, it'll dance.


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