- “The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents” offers intriguing backstories for characters like Tigris, expanding the world of the Hunger Games franchise.
- The film explores the pre-presidential life of President Snow, including his involvement in the tenth Hunger Games and his time in District 12.
- Tigris’ character evolves throughout the film, with his final line hinting at his growing disapproval of his cousin and foreshadowing his future as a rebel in “Mockingjay: Part 2”.
The last film in The hunger Games franchise, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakesintroduced some very interesting backstories for characters already introduced in the original trilogy, including the rebel and cousin of President Snow, Tigris. The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents is a prequel to The hunger Games trilogy and follows Coriolanus Snow as he becomes a mentor during the tenth Hunger Games and forms a close relationship with his tribute, Lucy Gray Baird of District 12. The new film stars Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth, Hunter Schafer, Peter Dinklage and Viola Davis. It is based on the book of the same name by Suzanne Collins.
While much of the film focuses on Coriolanus and his relationship with Lucy Gray, The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents succeeds in giving substance to the Panem of the past. Audiences can learn about President Snow’s daily life long before he was president, including his role in the Tenth Hunger Games and his time spent in District 12 as a Peacekeeper. However, one of the most interesting aspects of Snow’s life explored by the film is his family life. Coriolanus lives with his grandmother and his cousin Tigris. As a result, the public can see more about Mockingjay: part 2 rebel.
Tigris’ final line in Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes prepares for his rebellious future
Although Tigris plays the role of supportive cousin and fashionable young lady throughout The ballad of songbirds and serpents, One of the most important aspects of his character is his growing realization that Coriolanus may not be as heroic as he seems. This is particularly well demonstrated by his last line in the film. Coriolanus has just returned to the Capitol as a free man after killing Sejanus in District 12 and attempting to kill Lucy Gray as well. After dressing in a neat suit, Tigris tells her cousin that he looks like her father, who really wasn’t a good man.
Ultimately, Tigris’s retort shows his growing disapproval of his cousin. Earlier in the film, after Coriolanus kills a tribute, Tigris tells him that he doesn’t have to be like his father and that he can be good. So when she tells him he looks like his father at the end of The ballad of songbirds and serpents, she says he has become the evil man his father was. Tigris’s feelings towards his cousin hint at his future. In Mockingjay: part 2, Tigris appears as an older woman and a rebel, who gives refuge to Katniss so that she can continue to defeat Snow.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes Makes Tiger a More Important Character in Mockingjay 2
The role of the Tiger in The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents makes her participate Mockingjay: part 2 much more important. Before, Tigris was nothing more than a stepping stone in Katniss’s journey to defeat Snow, but now her role has a deeper meaning. The new film lays the groundwork for how Tigris transformed into a rebel, making her appearance in Mockingjay: part 2 have more meaning. Now audiences have a better understanding of Tigris and what she did to turn against her cousin long before he became the oppressive president in the original film. The hunger Games.