watch david finchers film fight club about man who trying find out who he through his

Watch David Fincher’s film Fight Club, about a man who is trying to find out who he is through his nemesis, and Christopher Nolan’s film Memento, about a man who knows who he was, but not who he has become — a familiar existentialist trope — and write a double-spaced 2-4  page critical essay in which you compare and contrast Nolan’s use of thematic and stylistic devices to portray the anti-hero protagonist, Leonard Shelby’s existential dilemma regarding his identity with Fincher’s use of thematic and stylistic devices to “shatter the barriers between self/other, reality/fantasy, and memory/dream, while maintaining a psychotic uncertainty for both the characters and the spectator” (Glitre 24).