While both her parents instilled in her the importance of self-reliance and education, Hanan took it upon herself to become a role model for her younger siblings, carrying the weight of a torch passed on from mother to daughter. “I feel like I had to mature faster than the people my age so I couldn’t enjoy what people my age were enjoying.
I had to think about my life really early,” says Hanan.
Walter Stans was a convicted serial killer who was kidnapped by the Super Predators and taken to the Game Preserve Planet in 2010.
Together with the others dropped on the planet at that time, he attempted to find a way to escape and return to Earth.
Over 10,000 miles stands between her and her family, but the connection between them persists and the values ingrained in her since childhood do not waver through time and distance.
A generation before, Ali’s mother made a comparable journey when fleeing from Somalia after the civil war began in the ‘90s.
However his last act was a heroic one, jumping on Berserker's back, stabbing him repeatedly, while telling the rest of the group to run (presumably this act was to redeem himself for all the senseless killing and crimes he committed back on Earth before ultimately dying, or possibly out of his somewhat psychopathic nature).
He even goes as far as to put his shiv up to Mombasa's throat in an attempt to take his weapon by force.
He also expected the other members of his group to want his autograph.
He provides more comic relief in the film than other members of the group, providing a cynical world view and seemingly enjoying what is left of his life and freedom.
After the trophy claiming, Berserker roars in triumph.
Stans was only a few days away from execution when taken to the game preserve and was a vicious and violent individual, seen when fighting with Mombasa and stabbing the Predator Hound when it attacked him (although in the later circumstance he had little other choice).