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  • Fridge Horror: The whole premise of "Society" just goes from bad to worse throughout the movie. But think about this. All those people being forced to act against their will are being controlled by people with sick fetishes and way too much free time. It's essentially innocent people being forced to act out Rule 34 and having no say whatsoever. Now think about all the Squick you've seen on the internet...
    • They absolutely have a say, in that every avatar in "Society" signed up for it and is paid a salary. It would be uncomfortable and occasionally unbearable, but so would starring in porn. Castle simply found all their prices.
  • Fridge Logic: A question posed by one reviewer: If Butler's character is controlled by someone else in every match, how does that make him a badass?
    • Its mentioned early on that if a player is totally in control, then the lag between player and avatar ("the ping") often proves to be fatal in combat, thus, some degree of their own autonomy is still in effect. Tillman even notes that when its time to pull the trigger, it's him that's doing it, not the person controlling him.
      • Also since he's physically doing everything, making it as much as his own skill in combat as his controller, how does that not make him a badass?
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