4 thoughts on “Fight Club (1999)”

    1. Slightly snarky answer: Within gonzo journalist Mark Ames’ excellent 2005 survey of American workplace-centric violence, Going Postal: Rage, Murder and Rebellion from Reagan’s Workplaces to Clinton’s Columbine and Beyond. Despite coming to it from the other side of a generation gap, Ames hits this film’s socio-political background on the head. I could only add my (and my generation’s) experiences to his analysis.

      Less snarky answer with a question lodged inside: Should I take that as a hit? Or perhaps a request?

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