1. FilmTalk Bible Study - Based on the Movie

    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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    Who is the real enemy?
    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire explores how evil tries to win us over; how sin corrupts what is good; and the connections between justice, mercy, and influence. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire can also illustrate how the enemy wants to tear people apart; and how to recognize your allies.
    Film Synopsis: At the end of the first Hunger Games film, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark defied the odds and the rules to emerge as the first co-victors of the Hunger Games. But the way they manipulated the game and triumphed over the Capitol and President Snow has created both hope in the districts, and powerful enemies.

    As The Hunger Games: Catching Fire begins, both Katniss and Peeta -- along with their families -- reside in Victor's Village. The Capitol has arranged a "victors' tour" for them, actually a propaganda tour designed to suppress a growing rebellion by making it appear as if Katniss is supportive of the Capitol and the games. But the rebellion is resistant and resilient; with every attempt to quash it the rebellion grows in strength.

    So the Capitol decides to change the rules and at the third Quarter Quell Hunger Games they demand that only former champions from each district be reaped as tributes. Since Katniss is the only female ever to win from district 12, she is entered. The purpose of this strategy is to assure her death, and with it to extinguish the hope of the rebels.

    But Katniss is strategic and at the urging of her mentor Haymitch Abernathy, she and Peeta gather trusted allies. The Games will be particularly brutal, as each tribute is a trained killer. But more is on the line now than the mere survival of an individual victor. If Katniss and Peeta lose, the rebellion dies with them -- but if they win, the Capitol will tremble.
    Genre: Action/Adventure
    Rating: PG-13
    Content Advisory: The Hunger Games contains brutal violence and some language. It has earned a PG-13 rating from the MPAA.
    A FilmTalk Movie Bible Study examines five different spiritual, moral, or ethical issues from the movie. Each section of the Bible Study opens by posing questions about characters, scenes, or themes from the film. Next, students encounter relevant Bible passages, with each section ending with discussions about how God’s Word explains those issues and guides our thoughts and behavior.

    This FilmTalk Movie Bible Study comes complete with:
    Leader's Guide with preparation notes
    Student Study with plenty of room to write
    Leader's Prep page that has general study tips, a content advisory for the film, and a detailed synopsis of the film

    Warning – The Leader’s Prep Guide does include spoilers, so reference it after the film if you haven’t already seen it. Movie Bible Study recommends Study Leaders preview the film before selecting for study to make sure the material is age-appropriate for your group.

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