Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency as usual, says many intelligent things, this time about how changing the perspective of The Hunger Games (from first person in the book to third in the movie) and the way that the story is presented an consumed (from private reading to public viewing) changed certain aspects of the experience, and even in some cases the meaning of the story as a whole.
Kind of what you’d expect from a story that plays with themes of exploitation in entertainment. In the beginning of the video she mentions another video just about The Hunger Games as a book. You’ll find it embedded below.
(via Bitch Magazine.)
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