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I've actually had some great responses already (unfortunately not in the comments for all to read) and a great initial topic to put to the vote.
Anthony suggested that the 'life and death' theme wasn't a strong enough issue for the film to
explore and felt it would be better to deal with sanity/insanity. So this is the moment we find out if the blog is going to work....
Should the thematic issue of the film be;
A. Is insanity born or bred? Are we all capable of moments/actions of insanity? Are modern psychiatric techniques effective? Do drugs induce insanity? What is the link between sanity and morality?
B. Is the survival instinct stronger than love? Do we respect morality or survival? Is any cause worth dying for?
C. Is the society we live in the right way forward? Are we denying our basic instincts? If we give up our individuality, right of choice and ego are we truly free?
To vote on the theme you would like to see the movie follow then please email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks we appreciate your involvement.
I'm sure all of the above will be included in the film at some point, but what we need to decide here is what the main theme will be. The theme is the topic the film explores the most from every angle and might even suggest an answer although you should see all view points.
Here's another plot summary of the book from Wikipedia to inspire you;
"The book tells the story of a psychiatrist named Luke Rhinehart who, feeling bored and unfulfilled in life, starts making decisions about what to do based on a roll of a die. Along the way, there is sex, rape, murder, "dice parties", breakouts by psychiatric patients, and various corporate and governmental machines being put into a spin. There is also a description of the cult that starts to develop around the man, and the psychological research he initiates, such as the "F*&! without Fear for Fun and Profit" program."