On Netflix Living in a film with a high level of tension and scenes full of intensity that one of its protagonists is even afraid that his parents will see it and it will harm his sensitivity. Despite this high level of violence, the fact is that it was committed one of the most successful movies of all time, so it is now considered a cult film.
We mean the movie “Fight Club”, or titled “Fight Club” by its name in English; It is a film directed by David Fincher and published in 1999, which tells a story based on the novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk and became an icon of 90s cinema.
What is the movie “Fight Club” about?
“Fight Club” tells the story of a nameless man (played by Edward Norton) who suffers from insomnia and existential dissatisfaction, however, his life changes when he meets an enigmatic salesman. in the soap named Tyler Durden (character interpreted by Brad Pitt). Together, they start a secret club where men gather to vent their frustration through physical fights. This club became an underground anarchist network called “Project Mayhem”, which set out to challenge and destroy consumer society.
As the film progresses, surprising plot twists are revealed that explore both human nature and diversity in modern society, mostly through VIOLENCE so the plot becomes more complex and psychological, leading to a shocking climax that defies the viewer’s expectations.
Brad Pitt doesn’t want his parents to watch ‘Fight Club’
According to the media “Cinéfilos”, Brad Pitt He said behind the scenes that he does not want his parents to see the film; but he can’t convince them otherwise, especially since there are scenes of graphic violence, so he fears that they will be disturbed, especially in a part where he burns his partner with acid.
“Fight Club” achieved cult status due to its dark narrative, distinctive visual style and exploration of existential and social themes, while movie has influenced generations of film enthusiasts and generated profound discussions about alienation, consumerism and identity.
- Director: David Fincher.
- Department: The film features a stellar cast including Edward Norton, Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter in the lead roles.
- script: The screenplay was adapted by Jim Uhls from the novel by Chuck Palahniuk.
- Release: The film was released in 1999 and was produced by 20th Century Fox.