Chandler and Tallon
- One's genuine identity can be discovered through status and the accumulation of material possessions.
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Edward Norton (protagonist)
- An end of the century protest.
- A serious film made by deeply unserious people.
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- Not only anti-capitalism but anti-society ... anti-God ... an admissible assault on personal decency.
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- It'll probably make kids want to go out there and try to copy it.
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- Style over content.
- Dank grotesquery signifying nothing.
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- There's something more than a little ludicrous about sitting in a theatre while Brad Pitt preaches to you about the emptiness of materialism.
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Art Linson (producer)
- Flopping around like acid-crazed carp wondering how such a thing could even have happened.
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- They think it's ridiculous because it's meant to be ridiculous.
- The credits roll and more astute viewers experience the shock of recognition that Fight Club turned out to be ... an uplifting movie.
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David Fincher (Director)
Women maybe get the humour faster.
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- The two protagonists represent two opposing depictions of masculine identity
- He doesn't even have access to half his identity.
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The shackles of modern life imprison and emasculate men.
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