David Fincher’s “Fight Club” and Consumerism 20 Years Later

Dawid Tysowski

January 21, 2021

“The things you own end up owning you…” 20 years have passed since Fight Club, a film reflecting the inconsistencies in our perceptions & the pressing problems of consumerism. Rather than change our perspective, we have only dived deeper into the seemingly unstoppable wheel of striving for possessions and material goods.

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