Fight Club and Marxism, do you see it?
Every topic on here bores me to the extreme. So i post this question which has always tickled me abit. Was this whole movie screaming the modern evolution of modern mankind to you? It makes me wonder if he realized what he was writing. But in the ending the main character gives up his "fantasy" and turns himself in, realizing the sacrifice is to great. Was this a twist proclaiming the inescapable human virus, or was it simply a delve into the concept it (Selfless society, Utopia, Venus project) can be done if we are willing to sacrifice certain commodities but we can't be "the unfaithful". I would argue mankind is inherently evil and the end of the movie would lead to things of worse but what do you think? Do you think Chuck is a Marxist deep down in is internals, like maybe not his lungs or his kidneys but, possibly his heart or his brain?