"It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything."
Fight Club (1999), by David Fincher
An interesting fact about the movie Fight Club, despite the fact that the movie is denunciating consumerism and advertising in general, is the way the studio chose to market the movie. Considering the movie was mostly appealing to a male audience due to its violence, the studio thought that even Brad Pitt's as one of the main characters wouldn't attract women. They rejected the ideas of David Fincher and of the communication agency they hired and decided to go to a high budget advertising around the fighting scenes, and most of the trailers were aired during the ad breaks of the WWE tv shows. Producer Art Linson claimed that this unidimensional marketing strategy was the main reason of the movie's failure at box-office in the US.
Don't be like those studio executives and refuse the consumerist way of life with this Fight Club Alternative T-shirt!
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- Short sleeves, Crewneck, Fabric laundered, 4.3 oz, comfortable and fitted T-shirt
- No shrinking ever and maximum softness
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T-shirt Size Chart :
|Chest (in)||35" - 37"||38" - 40"||40" - 42"||43" - 45"||46" - 48"||49" - 51"||52" - 54"|
|Chest (cm)||89 - 94 cm||95 - 102 cm||102 - 107 cm||109 - 114 cm||117 - 122 cm||124 - 128 cm||132 - 138 cm|