Philosophy of Life
From Fight Club
00:00 - 02:13
2m 13s

Tyler Durden shares his perspective on how the modern society is a consumer society. He encourages the narrator to not center his life around possessions and the obsession with material goods. 

This clip contains profanity at the following moments: 00:29 - 00:31 , 01:18 - 01:20 , 01:23 - 01:24 , 01:50 - 01:51


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