Zenn Films Parodies the Original 'Hunger Games' with a Jewish Holiday

By: Anne Booth - Published: Sep 18, 2013 • References: youtube & whatstrending
Jon Rudnitsky and team's film at Zenn films takes on a parody of the 'Hunger Games' movie Jewish style. Looking at one of the most important Jewish holidays Yom Kippur, when fasting happens, it is only fitting that they create a 'Jewish Hunger Games' in order to incorporate the Jewish holiday into pop culture.

There are scenes where they have to refrain from buying food at the grocery store and have to run to the dinner table for the official 'Hunger Games.' Shots from the original film such as the large screen displayed with Katniss' face is used in order to parody familiar moments of the film.

The film does a great job of making a humorous flick based on the literal interpretation of the title of 'Hunger Games.' Jon Rudnitsky and Zenn films create attention for Yom Kippur in a different way that is both entertaining and hysterical. Stats for Yom Kippur Movie Parodies Trending: Older & Chilly
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