The Hunger Games return with such a sequel twist that you can't believe writer Suzanne Collins didn't think of film when writing. Catching Fire builds up with all types of subversive messaging which is interesting but also brings into relief the limitations of the genre and film.
David Sumner and his wife have just moved to a country home in the English countryside. They are relentlessly tormented by local troublemakers, eventually prompting David to step up and do something about it.
Ok, you've had your fun. I'll give you one more chance, and if you don't clear out now, there'll be real trouble. I mean it.
Plot Summary David Sumner and his wife Amy have just moved into a large home in the English countryside. David is a small, mild-mannered man though he slowly starts to detect some hostility from the locals and he can't shake the feeling his wife may have some history with one of them. One day when David is away, his wife is sexually assaulted by some of the carpenters working in the area. Shortly thereafter a gang of hooligans wages all out war on the Sumner home, prompting David to quit being the peaceful type and start dispensing some vigilante justice with a shotgun. Like Home Alone, but for grown-ups.