Tyler Durden Psychological Analysis

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18. The main character lives boring life by collecting Ikea. I wasn't keen enough to notice that Tyler Durden was the narrator. Directed by David Fincher. His movies are famous for both carrying the visual amusement with brutal depiction of violence and criticism against society. Fincher always succeed in this. The message of this movie implicitly appears in the scene where the protagonist and Marla watching the skyscraper collapsing, holding their hands together just like Adam and Eve facing the whole new world. The scene where the narrator can't control Tyler Durden's behavior shows the risk of "being too instinctive", which can turn into self-demolishing action. One of the most frequently quoted movies in the internet ("Do not talk about Fight Club"). 19. Media, drugs, and sex. True three symbols that can actually show how people live in these days. The background music is literally "Requiem for a dream"; it's…show more content…
It’s about Irish War of Independence-but interestingly the director is British (Ireland was ruled by Britain). It questions about the cruelty they made, not about who is the good and bad. By showing the conflict between brothers in different side, sensitive historical event was dealt in less provocative way and more tragic way. We can see a little peek of director’s intention at the scene when Damien shots his friend’s heart saying “I hope this Ireland we’re fighting for is worth it.”; the difference of ideas cannot justify the act of killing. *Irish War of Independence: In 1916, Ireland Republicans proclaimed the Ireland’s independence from the United Kingdom, and constituted IRA (Irish Republican Army). When IRA started a fight, British government constituted BaT (Black and Tans) and slaughtered Irish civilian. Because of this endless retaliation and attacks, Ireland and Britain agreed to a ceasefire. However, the partitioned republicans (they had different opinion about Anglo-Irish-Treaty) kept fighting against each
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