The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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Continuity mistake: When Haymitch is talking to the head peacekeeper, the cut on the peacekeeper's forehead disappears in some shots and reappears in others. (00:36:10)

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire mistake picture

Continuity mistake: When Peeta hands Katniss the pearl, the amount of sand on his hand increases drastically instantly. (01:42:50)

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Continuity mistake: When Katniss is stood in the square, and Haymitch is talking to the peacekeeper, her hair is either in her face or not depending on the shot. (00:37:50)

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Continuity mistake: Just as President Snow starts to give his speech we see Prim, Katniss and Mrs. Everdeane sat on the sofa. Mrs. Everdeane has her legs crossed in one shot and side by side in the next. (00:43:45)

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Continuity mistake: When Gale and Katniss are talking atop the hill about how they should have left earlier, Katniss removes her hand from Gale's neck/face. The camera cuts to the other side and her hand is back there. (00:47:30)

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Continuity mistake: Effie motions Katniss down the steps of her house and her arms are outspread. Camera cuts to a view in front of Katniss and Effie now has her hands on Katniss' back. (00:12:20)

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Other mistake: The old man executed in District 11 was shot in the head from behind. However, when Katniss looks out the window from above there are no blood stains on the floor, nor is there a gunshot wound to the head. (00:20:50 - 00:22:30)

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Primrose Everdeen: You saved my life. You gave me a chance.
Katniss Everdeen: Yes, to live.
Primrose Everdeen: No, to do something.

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Question: During Katniss' individual assessment, was Peeta the one who painted that picture of Rue? I read that it was but that doesn't explain why Katniss got angry when Plutarch tells her she has 10 minutes to present her chosen skills. Or why she made that dummy about Seneca Crane?

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Answer: It was done by Peeta, who was artistically inclined. Peeta knew that seeing it would have an emotional effect on Katniss, making her angry over Rue's death, thus helping her not to be intimidated by the Capitol judges. It was also Peeta's defiant act against the Capitol's cruelty in taking innocent lives. Katniss made the dummy of Seneca Crane as her own defiant statement. Seneca, by stopping Katniss and Peeta from eating the poisoned berries and declaring them both victors in the previous games, saved their lives, but he was later executed for circumventing Snow's orders. Katniss is acknowledging that Seneca saved her and Peeta, losing his life in the process.

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