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The movie Fight Club is a story of one mans struggle to gain control over his life His masculinity has become so repressed by his upbringing and society that the only way he can do this is to create an alternate personality The Narrators alternate personality is Tyler Durden the ultimate alpha-male The Narrator is also interested in Marla Singer who is going through the same type of struggle that he is except she has more confidence then he does and is a stronger character The film is of the Narrators attempt to find that masculine side he has lost and reclaim it into him And suddenly I realize that all of this the guns the bombs the revolution has something to do with a girl named Marla Singer - Narrator Marla Singer is the main female character is this film She is his match She reflects the Narrator They are both people who are on the edge They are disillusioned with their lives and are looking for an escape Yet she seems to be ok with that This is the main reason why the Narrator cannot feel comfortable with her When the Narrator first meets Marla he is at one of his support groups He goes to them because he cannot feel anything he is devoid of emotion He gets a release from these groups that he cannot get in real life It is not based on his own feelings but on the feelings he gets from the people around him This is why when Marla starts joining the groups he can no longer feel Her lie reflected my lie and suddenly I couldnt sleep the narrator concludes He confronts Marla with the problem In the confrontation he realizes that Marla is stronger than him He has it all planned out he is going to tell her off and she just takes it The actual situation is far from this vision She calls him
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