The postmodern era produced some of the most popular movies to date. One of its more recognizble titles is the movie Fight Club. The movie’s main character, known as Jack, possesses many of the traits a postmodern hero is expected to have — disconnected from the world, an uncertainty of reality and fiction, not a completely sound mental state, etc. (Don’t wanna put too much in this description cause spoilers). The movie basically helps to illustrate a state where the line between what is real and what isn’t becomes skewed.