Was Alma Coin evil?
She is the President of District 13 and the leader of the rebellion against the Capitol. It turns out that she is a corrupt and ruthless who is in some ways worse than the people she fights, including President Coriolanus Snow.
Is President snow a bad guy?
President Coriolanus Snow is the main antagonist of Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games trilogy. He is the tyrannical President of Panem (North America after the apocalypse).
Why did snow let Peeta go?
Why it's important: The film goes out of its way to emphasize that Snow wanted Peeta to be rescued, and was willing to let him go. He knows that Peeta is a tool he can now use against Katniss.
Why did Peeta paint rue?
Originally Answered: Why did Peeta paint a picture of Rue during his "interview"? To disturb the Gamemakers by reminding them of Katniss' first act of defiance (covering Rue in flowers, to show that she was more than just a pawn in the Hunger Games), thus accusing them of Rue's murder.
Why does Peeta kill Katniss?
Beetee explains that Peeta was put through fear conditioning using tracker jacker venom. ... All the conditioning and torture done by the Capitol convinces Peeta that Katniss is a threat and that she killed his family. Essentially they've turned him into a weapon, set out on destroying the enemy — Katniss.
Why does President Snow smell like blood and roses?
Even though he took antidotes, the poison caused permanent sores inside his mouth that never healed. As a result, he always wears a genetically-engineered rose, which covers the scent of blood stained on his breath.
Why does President Snow always wear a rose?
Snow is known for his roses You might remember that Finnick, in the book and onscreen (Sam Claflin), revealed that President Snow used roses to cover the scent of blood in his mouth.
Why was there blood in President Snow's drink?
Snow would poison anyone who he saw as a threat to his power, and on at least one occasion he drank from the poisoned cup himself to remove suspicion of his involvement. He took an antidote afterwards, but the poison left sores in his mouth, which were constantly bleeding. Hence the bloody coughing. ... Roses and blood.
Why does President Snow's drink turn red?
Q: Why Did Snow's Drink Turn Red? It's a blink and you'll miss it moment, but during the party at the President's mansion, Snow's drink turns red. You could write it off as a trick of the light, but was it something more? A: It's Blood: We'll tread lightly here, as there's some potential for big "Mockingjay" reveals.
Why is Pollux an Avox?
Biography. Prior to his appearance in Mockingjay, Pollux was turned into an Avox by the Capitol. It is assumed that the reason behind him joining the rebels in District 13 is for revenge. ... When Katniss and her filming group were in the meadow around District 12, Katniss sits next to Pollux during a break.
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