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Journalism & Communication
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Name: Student Number: The Hunger Games The work at hand showcases “The Hunger Games” feature film, which is a story showing viewers of entertainment which involves a televised fight-to-the-death of boys and girls ages between 12 and 18 from the totalitarian nation of Panem set in a dystopian future, as part of brutal retribution linked to a past rebellion.
Here are some of the vivid concepts integrated into the movie film. The first includes social acceptance of engaging youth and minors into actual life battles that at some point may also cause their lives. However, this portrayal is not limited to what is happening in the imaginary society of Panem. In the actual world, life’s battle may not be a form of entertainment, but it is a reality for some people, most particularly to the victims and culprits of some relevant crimes. Consider for instance the contemporary war against child prostitution or human trafficking across the world. This is a reality that is placing the future of some minors in jeopardy. It may even distort their normal view of life in a not so distant future. This point may show that the actual child prostitution may not physically kill minors or children at certain level, but the actual idea involved in it is that it includes killing some important aspects in their individual lives. Trading children for sex is simply considered illegal in contemporary time because of the associated international law that would stand against it to cut its detrimental perpetuation. ...
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