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IMHO, there's not a buddhist philosophy motivating Project Mayhem, or the main character/s. Haikus are more likely a way of escaping reality, this is why Narrator needs Tyler. A zen-liking home is mostly just simple consumerism. Detachment is an awesome point, and one of the major plot-magnets (if I may). But not very buddhist when one destroys everything. ...


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To more precisely answer the question: if you look at a frame of 35mm film that is screened in a theater, it has a optical channel on the side of the frame - it is sound encoded as a wavy line, printed right on the film. You don't need to do anything special to get the sound with the frame when you splice it into something else. UPDATE: Based on what Tyler ...


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The images come from other movies(often pornographic films). He simply cuts pieces of film from the reels that he wants and splices them in where he wants them (usually between reels of the main film, where it is easiest because he doesn't have to cut the reels of the main film). It isn't explained any more than using a doorknob on the way from one room to ...



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