That said, just watching this movie made me feel sinful, and I don’t like that feeling.
The social climbing, the approval-seeking, leads to insanity. It leads to breaking the law, and not just the laws that are bought with money.
I’m not sure how well the film tells the story, but the story is, if you despise the limit, there is nothing you will not do.
It’s corrupt. Going to school to win approval, sex, drugs is corrupt. You should go to school to study, and read the Bible or the Bhagavad Gita sometimes in your room alone.
The modern world is corrupt, as is the market of pleasure, which is little but the market of sin.
If you look at a girl as nothing but sex, and an old man as nothing but an obstacle, and a stranger as a means to an end or a tool or an enemy or as nothing, then there is nothing you will not do.