Have you seen this newest trailer of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2?
I am beyond thrilled. I am absolutely going crazy.
Well not really absolutely, but you know what I mean. Having read all of the books, I want to see how they will end this fantastic saga.
And I am excited too that my sister Marga deemed it prudent to start reserving our tickets now, even though he movie won’t show till November 20.
(Of course, I haven’t done that yet, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t tried.)
I know Catching Fire is just about to show in November (and I’m friggin’ excited for it) but I cannot help feeling eager for the conclusion.
Though it has repeatedly been compared to a Japanese flick/comic, Hunger Games brings a certain level of sensitivity in a post-modern era story quite similar to the times we’re living now.
In some spaces, the land where their houses are built upon is the burial ground of their ancestors. We are all survivors of war, and I can only imagine the difficulty of getting back up after such a destruction.
Hope. And I believe this explains hope the best.
It’s been raining nonstop today, and I would like to think that the skies are crying because I can’t.
Oh, what beautiful release.
Have a great week ahead, everyone. <3