However, it is very important to note that I will sometimes draw comparisons to the book in order to prove Fincher made deliberate changes in order to create his own piece of work with a specific message.
Weirdly (and sadly) I’ve encountered this “argument” before (which is really directed at Fincher, yet no one who makes this statement is remotely intelligent enough to see the connection).
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This is like saying Tyler must be real because we watch him talking to people, fighting Jack and stealing fat from the liposuction clinic. Film adaptations rarely stay true to the book, and are instead used as a foundation for a completely independent piece of art. The book is vastly different from the film, entire situations and scenarios were added and removed deliberately by Stanley Kubrick to convey his own artistic intentions.
Kubrick never even consulted Stephen King on most of what he changed, he had free reign.
The book is one thing, the movie is a completely different beast.
สาวๆเตรียมบอกลาเซลลูไลท์ แขนขาใหญ่ ผิวเปลือกส้มได้เลยค่ะ แค่ทา เมอร์ซี่ สกินนี่ ไม่ถึงเดือนก็เห็นผลแล้วค่ะ @merci_s...Tyler’s hair is styled and worn almost identical to Marla’s throughout most of the film.Marla and Tyler are both seen wearing a similar faux fur coat, wearing sunglasses, almost identical rings and they are seen smoking in virtually every scene in the film.That being said, look at the evidence below and decide for yourself.One of the first clues that Marla is not real is her likeness to Tyler. Efforts to discredit my theory typically consist of the following highly predictable and easily dismissible claims.