There are a lot of films, poems, and songs that reflect our current world, however, in my opinion, the one that stands out is “Fight Club” by David Fincher. It starts off with narrator held hostage with a gun in his mouth inside a building filled with explosives that might have gone off at any moment. He decides to tell us how he ended up in this situation. he got into this situation thanks to meeting his alter-ego, in reality, Tyler Durden. Tyler is an evil, chaotic and smart at the same time, but most importantly he is free compared to the Narrator. Durden is disgusted by the way his real self lives and tries to change him. Tyler says that everyone including him is slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy things that we don’t need. He advises us to forget materialistic objects because we will die anyway and they will turn into the dust. The main point of the film is that money is controlling everything, except Tyler Durden. He probably found his clothes in the dumpster however his clothing style is still pretty good. He thinks that wasting time and money on buying things is pointless because things we own end up owning us. That is why Tyler decided to start “Project Mayhem” which involves blowing up all credit card buildings in order to eliminate the debt record and stop money from being supplied. While Tyler is setting up these plans to change the world, Narrator is trying to undo the damage Tyler has already dealt. He tries to disband Fight Club that his alter-ego has created but he keeps failing. He is standing helplessly and the only to stop “Project Mayhem” is by killing Tyler. Now we are back where we started. In the end, Narrator finally realizes that he is Tyler and he has been in control of everything Tyler was doing all this time, this is why he was able to take the gun from Tyler. Before narrator pulls the trigger, he tells his alter-ego that his eyes are opened. The importance of this is that the narrator sees Tyler watching himself pull the trigger. In his mind, Tyler dies and can never return to his brain. So he pulls the trigger, bullet pierces his cheek but that is not as important as Tyler finally disappearing.Our narrator lies in a hospital bed. He’s so happy about not being able to see Tyler again. In his opinion, life is worth living again, but his luck isn’t that great. He notices that his doctors have black eyes, missing teeth and look exactly like men he knew from the fight club. Although Tyler is dead, the project he founded lives forever. A lot of economists say that this is the film is a reliable prediction. You will realize that the destruction of the money supply will one day commence.