ac186bab57 When he emerges out of the woods there are green leaves on the branch which were not there when he picked it. Edit Gabbo Question: Was there ever a name provided for the character who was dancing with Ivy when she heard the children's screams? He also was one of the men carrying the sacrifice of meat, and might have been the Villager in the tower in the opening credits. "Village Idiot". He says there was a legend about creatures in the woods that the elders read about and decided to use to their own advantage. In Haddix's novel, the truth is that the village is a genetic experiment; in the movie, that the adults had decided to withdraw from the outside world. Howard's role as the smart, emotionally strong tomboy who also happens to be blind was played with an understanding you don't often see in a period role. Suddenly the dancing is interrupted by high pitched screams.
He asks them if there is anything they can do to save Lucius. Plus the ending wasn't bad whatsoever, and nothing is really explained, not to the fullest at least. Suddenly, they notice something that stops them in their tracks. Lucius and Ivy are horrified that he brought something back that is red, and Lucius realizes that Noah didn't just get the berries just now. Director: M. He also explains that the costumes are based upon tales of real creatures who once lived in the woods. Ivy is shown standing in a clearing filled with berry brambles, red, the evil color, all around. For what is, the first hour was very entertaining, but like I said, the ending ruined the entire film.