18 certificateFight Club is a Film programme that first aired in 1999 and has been classified a 18 certificate.

Fight Club is a 5 star programme

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Fight Club (1999)

Directed by
David Fincher

Edward Norton has no family or close friends but he has a well-paid job and a pile of material possessions in an apartment which looks like an advertisement.

This is the basis of his malaise. He is fed up with conformity and consumer culture. Pairing up with an unusual, charismatic character called Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), he sets up a new club where like-minded young men relieve their ennui by beating each other to a pulp.

Fincher's other notable films include The Game, Se7en and Panic Room. In each, he depicts a gothic vision, posing uncomfortable questions at the margins of civilised behaviour. Although much of Fight Club is written in bold strokes with some brutal violence, it is as much about seizing control of life as it is about the purifying capacity of pain.

If films such as The Rock and Pearl Harbor represent the glossy fa├žade of modern Hollywood film-making, this is the dark side, with claws and a plot to gnaw at your insides. Fantastic.

Written by ,

Also known as "Clube da Luta", "El Club de la Pelea"

Genre: Film

Running Time: 138 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1999

5/5 Stars

Classification: 18 Certificate

Production Country: USA

Filmed in Colour


Image for Edward NortonEdward Norton...Narrator
Image for Brad PittBrad Pitt...Tyler Durden
Image for Helena Bonham CarterHelena Bonham Carter...Marla Singer
Image for Meat LoafMeat Loaf...Robert 'Bob' Paulson
Image for Zach GrenierZach Grenier...Richard Chesler
Richmond Arquette...Intern
David Andrews...Thomas
George Maguire I...Group Leader
Eugenie Bondurant...Weeping Woman
Christina Cabot...Group Leader
Sydney 'Big Dawg' Colston...Speaker
Rachel Singer...Chloe
Christie Cronenweth...Airline Attendant
Tim De Zarn...Inspector Bird
Ezra Buzzington...Inspector Dent