Charlie: Fourierism was tried in the late nineteenth century... and it failed. Wasn't Brookfarm Fourierist? It failed.
Tom: That's debatable.
Charlie: Whether Brookfarm failed?
Tom: That it ceased to exist, I'll grant you, but whether or not it failed cannot be definitively said.
Charlie: Well, for me, ceasing to exist is - is failure. I mean, that's pretty definitive.
Tom: Well, everyone ceases to exist. Doesn't mean everyone's a failure.
thank god I was so wrong. I'm no rich kid but I like how sometimes
directors portray this type of people in a very human way. Whit
Stillman did this at it's very best (Wes Anderson also did a great
job with portraying rich kids in the amazing 2001 film The Royal
Tennenbaums which is an awesome film). Set during the 1990
debutante season in New York this one gives you an inside look
at a world that not many of us can't enter or even have a glance
at it. Although not much happens in the film the excellent dialogue
written by Stillman himself does justice to the lack of action on
the film. Many people will think that these people are snobs but
hey, I thought that they are cool snobs and very normal kids.