Thursday, 14 August 2014

“Divergent”





Reviewed by Nancy Snipper

Frightening science fiction… or is it?

There are five factions that make up future society to serve people against the beyond land where war-torn Chicago rests.
Beatrice belongs to the faction of her parents – Abnegation – a faction of goodly generous folk who help others. However, when time comes to choose which faction she wishes to join, she chooses Dauntless, a faction of basically mercenaries, posing as police, as she finds out later on; they are a terror to reckon with. Training for the Dauntless group is gruelling; after all, they are the watch dogs – the protectors. But it turns out Beatrice is a Divergent – and Divergents are a threat to all factions, as they think out of the box. They are killed. The film is full of suspense and human behaviour that puts into question the fate of Mankind. A great film that exceeds “The Hunger Games”.

This film was viewed, compliments of Le SuperClub Vidéotron, 5000, rue Wellington Verdun, QC.
 Ce film a été visionné, avec les compliments de Le SuperClub Vidéotron, 5000, rue Wellington Verdun, QC.