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Katniss and Rue

I've seen a lot of fan made videos for various things, but this fan made Hunger Games clip featuring Katniss and Rue is pretty impressive!! I just hope the movie is this good!


  1. I found myself crying...I can't believe it was fan-made.
    What was the song they played in the end?

  2. I don't know what song it is, but it's beautiful!

  3. I have watched this 2.5 times already today! It is amazing! (I couldn't bare to finish it that last time! Didn't need to cry again.) I just love it, though. Simply amazing. I want them to make more.

  4. I've also posted this trailer, I just had to when I first discovered it last night. It's amazingly good quality and it made me cry a river of tears :)

    Library Gal: The song in the end was Iridescent by Linkin Park. Such a beautiful song, I've never heard it before watching this trailer.

    Ladybug of Escape In A Book.

  5. thats a way good video!! the singing part seemed a bit awkward (like the tune didnt go with the lyrics) but the whole thing was pretty amazing!

  6. Wow that is really good. Thanks for Sharing!

  7. I cried when I read it and I cried watching the video. The movie is going to devastate me!

  8. The song is Iridescent by Linkin Park :) Love this vid, cried so much!!!


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