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You are not your job You are not how much you have in the bank You are not the contents of your wallet You are not your Khakis You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake In Fight club we meet our main character that comes to us without a name He can be referred to as Jerry but his name is not important He comes to us without a name because he represents any one man of those Generation X males living in our society at present Jerry is a thirty-year-old man employed as a recall coordinator for a major automobile company He lives in condo that is furnished with all the comforts of modern society namely mass-produced furnishings that can be found in the homes of millions across North America Jerry owns a car and has obtained a respectable wardrobe for himself over the course of time but despite all those things Jerry is not satisfied with his life This is because Generation X males are dissatisfied unhappy confused or lost Many people find that it is impossible to obtain a job or career where they are not part of the service industry in some way shape or form As societies priorities have become more and more materialistic and consumer-driven people are finding themselves more and more distracted with their possessions rather than with others Relationships fail because of an increase in the number of single-parent families in which there is predominately only a mother to act in a relationship the situation brewing in this film As we progress through the movie we find that Jerry fells unfulfilled and trapped in the depths of chronic insomnia Jerry asks his doctor for help and his doctor advises him to attend some of the support groups at a local church Jerry attends these supports groups regularly and in doing so grow to have a sense of belonging In a quote from the movie Jerry says
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