– The Riot Club –

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Wondering if I should watch “The Riot Club”,

it seemed a very fun movie – fun in a chaotic way, it is possible for it to be an educational film, if we are to talk about social class issues in Britain. It was a story based on a play that loosely record the stories of a famous society in Oxford – Bullingdon Club. It was famous for consisting members such as David Cameron and Boris Johnson, along with their smells-of-money nature and their erratic behavior. The people in the club often reflected how our capitals (from family backgrounds to social network) affected not just the difficulties to break down inequalities, but also how one behaves.

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