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An office worker suffering from insomnia is tired of being a slave to society and soon after he meets a man called Tyler Durden he realises he is not the only one feeling that way. This leads to the creation of a fight club where men can feel free again, after realising that indeed the things they own end up owning them.

Submitted on 06/16/2012 by  Polly

 
 

A sales employee with insomnia narrates his story about two unique individuals. He met one of them, Marla Singe, in a support group named and the other is Tyler Durden, an eclectic soap salesman. Tyler forms a fight club to bring together individuals who are fed-up with society’s indignities.

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An average man, sucked into the world of corporate establishment, soon breaks down, and creates an underground boxing club, furthering his insanity

Submitted on 05/16/2008 by  Tino

 
 

An average thirty-something office worker gets so bored of his life he creates a local fighting club. The path of insanity and psychosis is inevitable.

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