Divergent

Divergent
Divergent

Year

2014

Duration

133 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Tris is a young woman living in a futuristic society where the citizens are divided into five factions based on different personality traits. When she is tested for her aptitude in each, the results signal that she’s 'divergent' - violating the government’s rule that each person can only have one quality. Choosing to join the faction Dauntless, she begins training as a city defender, while hiding her gifts so as not to attract the attention of those who see her as a threat. This lengthy adaptation of Veronica Roth’s bestseller presents a thought-provoking dilemma about teen identity.

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Contains moderate violence, threat and bad language, and mild sexual activity.

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