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All fans of The Hunger Games trilogy have their own favourite moments from Suzanne Collins’ hugely successful YA books, but one that stands out for most is the return of Peeta Mellark after being tortured and brainwashed by the Capitol.
In a new clip posted ahead of the November 20 release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, Peeta begins to shed light on some of the abuse he endured while in the Capitol.
Now with the rebels in District 13, Peeta works to separate his real memories from those fabricated by the people working for President Snow in an attempt to turn him against Katniss.
“When they used the venom on me, they would show me pictures of my life. At first they all blurred together, but now, now I can sort them out a little,” says Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson.
The emotional clip ends with a teary-eyed Peeta confirming with Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) that her protection over him is real. “That’s what you and I do,” says Katniss. “We keep each other alive.”
In another clip released earlier this week, Johanna Mason (Jena Malone) informs Katniss that she and Peeta are familiar with one another’s screams thanks to their shared wall while prisoners in the Capitol.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 hits theatres on November 20.