فيلم الجوع .. يسرا – سعاد حسنى – محمود عبد العزيز

Posted: February 9, 2013 in Cinema




بطولة

سعاد حسني
يسرا
عبد العزيز مخيون
سناء يونس
consists of a hugely rich Capitol, located in what used to be the Rocky Mountains, and twelve (formerly thirteen) surrounding, poorer districts which are under the hegemony of the Capitol. The Capitol is lavishly rich and technologically futuristic, but the twelve Districts are in varying states of poverty – the trilogy’s narrator and protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, lives in the poorest District 12, formerly Appalachia, where people regularly die of starvation. As punishment for a rebellion generations previous against the Capitol wherein twelve of the districts were defeated and the thirteenth purportedly destroyed, every year one boy and one girl from each of the remaining twelve districts, between the ages of twelve and eighteen, are selected by lottery and forced to participate in the “Hunger Games”. The Games are a televised event where the participants, called “tributes”, must fight to the death in a dangerous outdoor arena until only one remains. The winning tribute and his/her corresponding district is then rewarded handsomely with food and plenty. The purpose of the Hunger Games is to provide entertainment for the Capitol and to serve as a warning to the Districts to remind them of the Capitol’s power and lack of remorse.
Structure

Each book in The Hunger Games trilogy has 3 sections of 9 chapters each. Collins says that this format comes from her playwriting background, which taught her to write in three acts. Her previous series, The Underland Chronicles, was written in the same way, as Collins is “very comfortable” with this structure. She sees each group of nine chapters as a separate part of the story, and comments that she still calls those divisions “act breaks.” [9]
Plot overview
The Hunger Games
Main article: The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games follows 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, a girl from District 12 who volunteers for the 74th Hunger Games in place of her younger sister Prim. Also participating from District 12 is Peeta Mellark, a boy who developed a secret lifelong crush on Katniss the moment he laid eyes on her as a child. They are mentored by District 12’s only living victor, Haymitch Abernathy, who won the Games 24 years earlier and has since assumed a solitary life of alcoholism. Peeta confesses his love for Katniss in a television interview prior to the Games, leading the Capitol to portray Katniss and Peeta as “star-crossed lovers”. This revelation surprises Katniss, who actually harbors feelings for her hunting buddy back home, Gale Hawthorne. Haymitch advises Katniss to play along and act in love with Peeta, in order to gain wealthy sponsors who can gift them supplies during the Games. In the arena, Katniss develops an alliance and friendship with a young tribute from District 11 (Rue) and is emotionally scarred when she is killed while acting as a distraction. Katniss devises an memorial for Rue as an act of defiance toward the Capitol. More than halfway through the Games, the remaining tributes are alerted to an unprecedented rule change that allows both tributes from the same district to be declared victors if they are the final two standing. After learning of the change, Katniss and Peeta begin to work as a team and spare each others’ lives. When all of the other tributes are dead and they appear to win the Games together, the change of the games was revoked. Katniss comes up with an idea for them both to commit suicide so they would both be victorious. But as they commit suicide (denying the Capitol of its precious victor),they are stopped by the Gamemakers and both return home victorious. During and after the Games, Katniss indeed develops strong feelings for Peeta and struggles to balance them with the connection she feels with Gale. When it becomes clear the Capitol is upset with her defiance, Haymitch encourages Katniss to keep up (and even accelerate) the ‘star-crossed lovers’ act, without telling Peeta.
Catching Fire
Main article: Catching Fire

In Catching Fire, which begins nine months after the conclusion of The Hunger Games, Katniss learns that her defiance in the previous novel has started a chain reaction that inspired rebellion in the districts. President Snow is not fooled by Katniss’ act and privately threatens to harm her family and friends if she does not help to slow the rebellion, which involves marrying Peeta. Meanwhile, Peeta has become aware of Katniss’ disingenuous love of him, but has also been informed of Snow’s threats, and promises to help keep up the act to spare the citizens of District 12. As such, they tour the districts as victors and plan a very public wedding. While they follow Snow’s orders and keep up the ruse, Katniss inadvertently fuels the rebellion, and the mockingjay pin she wears becomes its symbol. District by district, the citizens of Panem begin to stage uprisings against the Capitol, and Katniss learns of the skirmishes by various methods. Snow announces a special 75th edition of the Hunger Games, known as the Quarter Quell, in which Katniss and Peeta are forced into competing a second time with other past victors, effectively canceling the wedding. At Haymitch’s urging, they team up with a few other tributes (acting covertly as rebels, unbeknownst to the pair) and manage to destroy the arena and escape the Games; Katniss is rescued by the rebel forces from District 13, while Peeta is captured by the Capitol. Also, Katniss is informed by Gale that District 12 has been destroyed.
Mockingjay
Main article: Mockingjay

Mockingjay, the third and final book, centers around Katniss and the districts’ rebellion against the Capitol. Katniss, now a refugee in District 13 and quite damaged from her experiences, agrees to be used by the rebels as a propaganda tool (the embodiment of the mockingjay symbol, complete with costume) to unite the districts in the uprising against the Capitol and President Snow. Peeta and the other remaining tributes captured by the Capitol are rescued, but he has been brainwashed to consider Katniss an enemy, and he is guarded carefully as his rehabilitation progresses. Finally, a group including Katniss, Gale, and a still somewhat unstable Peeta go renegade in the Capitol on a mission to assassinate President Snow. Before Katniss can complete her objective, Prim is killed in a bombing. Later, a captive Snow tells Katniss that Coin, the president of District 13, was behind the bombing, and she deduces that Gale was one of the designers of the bomb. After Panem officially falls to the rebels, Coin suggests a final Hunger Games featuring the children of the Capitol’s former leaders as tributes, leading Katniss to believe that nothing will change under a new regime. At Snow’s scheduled execution by Katniss’ arrow, Katniss targets and kills Coin instead, and Snow dies in an ensuing riot. Katniss is tried (unbeknownst to her) and acquitted of killing Coin. Katniss, Peeta, and Haymitch eventually return to a ruined District 12. Katniss slowly begins to recover from her many mental scars. Katniss’ mother and Gale both take jobs in different districts. Katniss eventually comes to genuinely love Peeta, marries him, and after many years, Peeta convinces her to have two children.
Origins and publishing history

Collins says that she drew inspiration for the series from both classical and contemporary sources. The main classical source of inspiration came from the Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. As a punishment for past crimes, Minos forces Athens to sacrifice seven youths and seven maidens to the Minotaur, by whom they are killed in a vast labyrinth. Collins says that even as a child the idea stunned her since “it was just so cruel”, as Athens was forced to sacrifice its own children.

Collins also cites the Roman gladiator games. She feels that there are three key elements to create a good game; an all powerful and ruthless government, people forced to fight to the death, and it being a source of popular entertainment.[10]

A contemporary source of inspiration was Collins’s recent fascination with reality television programmes. She relates this to the Hunger Games in how they are not just entertainment, but also a reminder to the districts of their rebellion. On a tired night, Collins says that while she was channel-surfing the television where she saw people competing for some prize, and then saw footage of the Iraq war. She described how the two combined in an “unsettling way” to create the first ideas for the series.[11]

The first novel in the trilogy was first published in September 2008. On March 17, 2009, Lionsgate announced that it had acquired worldwide distribution rights of the film version of Hunger Games from the film company Color Force. Soon after the acquisition, Collins began to adapt the screenplay and the two companies later went on to co-produce the film.[12]

Catching Fire was published by Scholastic on September 1, 2009. The film version of the story – also co-produced by Color Force and Lionsgate – is scheduled for release in November 2013.[13]
Main characters
Main article: List of characters in the Hunger Games trilogy

Katniss Everdeen: The protagonist of the series, Katniss competes in the Hunger Games in each of the first two novels and constantly battles between her feelings for both Peeta and Gale. She becomes the face of the districts’ rebellion after she unknowingly defies the Capitol in The Hunger Games.
Peeta Mellark: The male tribute from District 12, who has secretly been in love with Katniss since they were children. His love for her is evident throughout the series. In Mockingjay, he is “hijacked” by the Capitol and turned against Katniss, but he recovers.
Haymitch Abernathy: Katniss and Peeta’s drunken friend and mentor for the Games. He won the 50th Hunger Games and was the only living victor from District 12 before Katniss and Peeta won the 74th Hunger Games.
Gale Hawthorne: Katniss’ best friend and fellow hunter. Gale is fiercely devoted to Katniss, and their relationship borders on romantic throughout the series. He is two years older than she, and lost his father in the same mine explosion that killed Katniss’ father.
Effie Trinket: Katniss and Peeta’s escort for the games. Effie, as a citizen of the capitol, dresses very oddly and speaks in a distinct capitol accent. She is very proper and constantly worries about keeping things on schedule. She helps Haymitch send sponsor gifts to Katniss and Peeta during the games.
President Snow: The main antagonist of the series, President Snow is the head of the Capitol and all of Panem. Provoked by the survival of two tributes in a single Hunger Games, Snow demands of Peeta and Katniss to prove the reason behind it all was just they were madly in love. When the Capitol is defeated by the rebels, (in the last book) President Snow dies.
Primrose Everdeen: Primrose Everdeen, almost always called just “Prim,” is Katniss’s 12 year old sister (in Mockingjay, she is 13) who was chosen by lottery to be in the Hunger Games. Katniss volunteers to take her place. Prim is a sweet little child whom everyone loves, and she regularly helps their mother heal the sick. She also dies at the end of the third book because of an explosion.

Cinna: Katniss’ stylist in both of her Hunger Games, he urges her on to become the symbol of the rebellion and designs the dresses that she wears before entering the games, as well as armor she wears in the war. He dies in the second book when Katniss enters the games.

Critical reception

All three books have received positive reception. Praise has focused on the addictive quality of especially the first book,[14] and the action.[15] John Green of The New York Times compared The Hunger Games with Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies series.[16] Catching Fire was praised for improving upon the first book.[17] Mockingjay was praised for its portrayal of violence,[18] world building, and romantic intrigue.[19]

Criticism has come from the reality TV “death game” theme, which is also present in Battle Royale, The Running Man, and The Long Walk.[14] Also, the “romantic dithering”[20] and poor love triangle of the second installment was under criticism.[21] The last book, Mockingjay, was criticized by fans of the book and critics for not tying up loose ends.[22] There have also been alleged elements from real-life such as the modern Olympic Games[23] and Joan of Arc[24] in the trilogy.
Film adaptations
Main article: The Hunger Games (film series)بد العزيز مخيون (3 يونيو 1943 [1] -)، ممثل سينمائي ومخرج مسرحي، ولد في أبو حمص وتخرج في معهد الفنون المسرحية، ثم درس الموسيقى والتمثيل، التحق بفرقة التلفزيون المسرحية، وأسس مسرح الفلاحين وعمل مخرجا مسرحيا. حصل على منحة من الحكومة لدراسة المسرح في فرنسا، وهو أحد رموز حركة كفاية المعارضة، وله خمسة أبناء

البشاير
عم حمزة (1981)
الشهد والدموع(ج2)(1984)——-وحيد
ليالي الحلمية (ج1) (1987) —- طه السماحي
ليالي الحلمية (ج2) (1988) —- طه السماحي
انا وانت وبابا في المشمش (1990) —- يوسف
عزبة المنيسي (1996)
أم كلثوم (1999) —- محمد عبد الوهاب
امس لا يموت (2002)
ملفات سرية (2003) —- لطفي
اوراق مصرية (2003)
قلبي يناديك (2004)
هدى شعراوي (2005)
مباراة زوجية (2006)
السندريلا (2006) —- محمد عبد الوهاب
ابن الأرندلي (2009)
أنا قلبي دليلي (2009)
الجماعة (2010)
شيخ العرب همام (2010)

مسلسل عمر —— أبوطالب (2012)
هو وموسيقار الأجيال
Lionsgate Entertainment acquired worldwide distribution rights to a film adaptation of The Hunger Games, which is produced by Nina Jacobson’s Color Force production company.[25] Collins adapted the novel for film herself,[25] along with Gary Ross.[26] The film began production in spring 2011 and ended summer 2011.[27] It was released March 23, 2012, with a PG-13 rating.[28][29] Gary Ross directed; the cast includes Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, Josh Hutcherson as Peeta and Liam Hemsworth as Gale.[30][31][32] Catching Fire will be released on November 22, 2013, with the main cast signed on to return but director Gary Ross will not return.[33][34] In April 2012, the director’s position was offered to Francis Lawrence.[35] Lawrence will also be directing Mockingjay, which has been split into two parts.[36] “Director Lawrence decided to forgo the extended flashbacks to book one and instead dish up more character development in its place such as the relationships between Katniss and Gale, and more behind-the-scene glimpses of President Snow at his evil best to make him a more compelling villain.
قصة

نجيب محفوظسلسلة مباريات الجوع (بالإنجليزية: The Hunger Games) هي سلسلة من ثلاثة روايات خيال علمي للكاتبة الأمريكية سوزان كولنز. السلسلة تتكون من مباريات الجوع وألسنة اللهب والطائر المقلد. الجزء الأول والثاني تصدروا قائمة أعلى مبيعات نيو يورك تايمز, أما الجزء الثالث فتصدر جميع قوائم المبيعات في أمريكا.[1] في الوقت الذي تم عرض فيلم مباريات الجوع أعلنت دار النشر أنه تم بيع حوالي 26 مليون نسخة من سلسلة مباريات الجوع.[2]

تدور أحداث سلسلة مباريات الجوع في المستقبل بعد دمار أمريكا الشمالية في أحداث غير معروفة, و نشأة دولة جديدة تدعى بانيم. تتكون بانيم من المدينة الثرية الكابيتل و 12 مقاطعة (13 سابقاً) أخرى فقيرة يقعون تحت سيطرة و إستغلال الكابيتل. تعيش كاتنيس إيفردين في المقاطعة 12 الفقيرة حيث يموت الناس من الجوع. كعقاب لل12 مقاطعة على محاولة سابقة للإنقلاب ضد الكابيتل و التي كانت نتيجتها تدمير المقاطعة 13, يتم إختيار ولد و بنت أعمارهم تتراوح بين الثانية عشرة والثمانية عشرة عاماً من كل مقاطعة عن طريق القرعة سنوياً (المعروفة باسم “الحصاد”) للإشتراك في مبارايات الجوع. في هذة المبارايات يجب على المتسابقون أن يتقاتلوا في مكان مفتوح (يسمى “الميدان”) تتحكم به الكابيتل حتى يتبقى متسابق واحد على قيد الحياة. يتم مكافأة الفائز و المقاطعة القادم منها بالكثير من الماد الغذائية. والغرض من مباريات الجوع هو توفير التسلية لأهل الكابيتل و تذكير ال12 مقاطعة بقوة الكابيتل

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s