Second time rewatching this year alone, but every time I see it, I get something new out of it. Sometimes I like it more than I do other times. This time, I liked it more than usual. 

Here’s the new thing I got out of it, thematically: when we eliminate all of our material possessions, and we do not have anything left to worship, we will worship ourselves. And that makes us dangerous. 

In a weird way, the movie is a rejection of materialism and atheism. Both are destructive forces in this film.

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