Title: Fight Club
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||September 21, 2015|
|Length:||2 / 470|
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Getting into a fight tests who you are. No one helps you so you are forced to see your weaknesses. The film celebrates self-destruction and the idea that being on the edge allows you to be beaten because
nothing really matters in your life.
Ed Norton is the main character in the beginning. He has a meaningless job and he has to go to support groups to feel anything...
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He has a meaningless job and he has to go to support groups to feel anything. There he meets Marla, a woman who does the same as him; they are both addicted to support groups. He then meets Brad Pitt. Pitts character forces Norton's character to see that life is meaningless and they begin the fight club...
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