FC Scene Analysis

FC Scene Analysis - Kenny OBrien Fight Club Scenes...

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Kenny O’Brien Fight Club Scenes Analyzed [Transition sentence from prior paragraph] ……. The ultraviolence escalates even more when Project Mayhem organizes various acts to bring down modern civilization, going as far as destroying property and blowing up buildings. Fincher’s use of ultraviolence in Fight Club is unique because he poses pain as a relief of stress, a tactic that most people wouldn’t understand without seeing it firsthand. Fincher intended violence and the evolution of Project Mayhem to serve as a metaphor for the conflict between society’s use of consumerism and material possessions to cope with any dissatisfaction we have with our own personal lives. In what can be considered the climax of the movie, Fincher places the narrator and Tyler Durden on the top floor of a skyrise. They are fighting once again, but this time it is for a particular reason. As the leaders of Project Mayhem, their ultimate goal was to blow up the headquarters of major credit card companies to erase the debt record. The narrator
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