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The narrator (Edward Norton), who suffers from insomnia and whose name is never mentioned, is an employee of an automobile company. His doctor refuses to prescribe medication and, when he complains that he is suffering, replies that he should go to a support group to see what real suffering is. The narrator attends a support group for testicular cancer victims and, after convincing them that he too is afflicted with the disease, finds an emotional release that cures his insomnia. He becomes addicted to the therapy groups and the charade of posing as a victim. However, the presence of Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) bothers him, as he realizes she seeks the same palliative for the problems in his life and fears she will rat him out to everyone, so he bargains with her to avoid finding himself in the same meetings.
Holt McCallany, Eion Bailey, Paul Carafotes (in), Mark Fite (in) and Michael Shamus Wiles (in) play members of Project Mayhem, and Stuart Blumberg (in) and Matt Winston play individuals harassed by the group. Leonard Termo (in), Van Quattro, Markus Redmond (in) and Michael Girardin appear as members of the police also involved in the fight club.

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The narrator (Edward Norton), who suffers from insomnia and whose name is never mentioned, is an employee of an automobile company. His doctor refuses to prescribe medication and, when he complains that he is suffering, replies that he should go to a support group to see what real suffering is. The narrator attends a support group for testicular cancer victims and, after convincing them that he too is afflicted with the disease, finds an emotional release that cures his insomnia. He becomes addicted to the therapy groups and the charade of posing as a victim. However, the presence of Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) bothers him, as he realizes she seeks the same palliative for the problems in his life and fears she will rat him out to everyone, so he bargains with her to avoid finding himself in the same meetings.
Holt McCallany, Eion Bailey, Paul Carafotes (in), Mark Fite (in) and Michael Shamus Wiles (in) play members of Project Mayhem, and Stuart Blumberg (in) and Matt Winston play individuals harassed by the group. Leonard Termo (in), Van Quattro, Markus Redmond (in) and Michael Girardin appear as members of the police also involved in the fight club.

Memento

The narrator (Edward Norton), who suffers from insomnia and whose name is never mentioned, is an employee of an automobile company. His doctor refuses to prescribe medication and, when he complains that he is suffering, replies that he should go to a support group to see what real suffering is. The narrator attends a support group for testicular cancer victims and, after convincing them that he too is afflicted with the disease, finds an emotional release that cures his insomnia. He becomes addicted to the therapy groups and the charade of posing as a victim. However, the presence of Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) bothers him, as he realizes she seeks the same palliative for the problems in his life and fears she will rat him out to everyone, so he bargains with her to avoid finding himself in the same meetings.
Holt McCallany, Eion Bailey, Paul Carafotes (in), Mark Fite (in) and Michael Shamus Wiles (in) play members of Project Mayhem, and Stuart Blumberg (in) and Matt Winston play individuals harassed by the group. Leonard Termo (in), Van Quattro, Markus Redmond (in) and Michael Girardin appear as members of the police also involved in the fight club.

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The narrator (Edward Norton), who suffers from insomnia and whose name is never mentioned, is an employee of an automobile company. His doctor refuses to prescribe medication and, when he complains that he is suffering, replies that he should go to a support group to see what real suffering is. The narrator attends a support group for testicular cancer victims and, after convincing them that he too is afflicted with the disease, finds an emotional release that cures his insomnia. He becomes addicted to the therapy groups and the charade of posing as a victim. However, the presence of Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) bothers him, as he realizes she seeks the same palliative for the problems in his life and fears she will rat him out to everyone, so he bargains with her to avoid finding himself in the same meetings.
Holt McCallany, Eion Bailey, Paul Carafotes (in), Mark Fite (in) and Michael Shamus Wiles (in) play members of Project Mayhem, and Stuart Blumberg (in) and Matt Winston play individuals harassed by the group. Leonard Termo (in), Van Quattro, Markus Redmond (in) and Michael Girardin appear as members of the police also involved in the fight club.