在战争、战争以及胜利如何提升他们的自我和建立他们的自信(傲慢)的时代，暴力一直与人类联系在一起。这种攻击性对于男人来说是很自然的，当时间需要的时候，或者当它必须自然地释放自己的情感，中和其他想法的时候，它就会出现。暴力是展示男子气概的力量的一种方式，以及他们如何在视觉上感觉优越，并要求异性给予类似的对待(尼尔，1983)。此外，从电影中可以看出，男性不喜欢谈论男子气概，而更喜欢向世界展示他们自称的优越感。这种态度是男人固有的，可以从心理上追溯到男人和女人在一般和特定情况下的行为。通过展示身体力量，男性觉得这似乎是他们的阳刚之气的表现，这本身就被认为是优于女性(Craine & Aitken, 2004)。因此，在电影中，男性被视为展示男子气概的机会，当出现打斗。此外,开始现场一个人与他人有睾丸癌是谁留下,当一个男人和另一个男人的妻子生了一个孩子被显示,危机的紧张在房间里的男子气概的男性被清晰而构建的侵略证明它们的价值。这样的场景在很大程度上显示了危机，男性被剥夺了最后的权利——男子气概。男性所拥有的阳刚之气是他们不愿失去的身份中最宝贵的元素，而这部电影在某种程度上成功地展示了同样的东西，以及失去这种身份的后果。在另一个场景中，当柔和的光聚焦在这些哭泣的男人身上，而明亮的光聚焦在他们身后的美国国旗上时，它展示了男人不断恶化的价值，以及他们如何吞咽和消化所经历的无形歧视。这些序列显示了美国男性的危机，以及在这些内部受伤的男性身上形成的可怕后果。战斗中所表现出的侵略不是小规模或经常性的抵制或歧视的结果，而是象是一堆单独的、完全歧视的事件，打击这些人的自尊，并进行彻底的抵制。
Violence has been associated with men since ages during the times of wars, battles and how victory meant to boost their ego and build their confidence (arrogance). This aggression is natural for men to harbour and comes out at distinctive times when the time demands or when it has to come out naturally to unburden oneself from the feeling and neutralise other thoughts. Violence is one of the ways of showing the power of masculinity and how they visually feel superior and demand similar treatment from the opposite gender(Neale, 1983). In addition, from the movie it is seen that men do not like to talk about masculinity but prefer displaying it to the world about their self-declared superiority. This very attitude is inherent to men and can be traced back psychologically to how men and women behave in general and in specific situations. By showing physical strength, men feel as if it is the display of their masculine nature which by itself is assumed to be superior to femininity(Craine & Aitken, 2004). Thus, men in the movie have been seen to be displaying masculinity with the opportunities of fights when presented. In addition, the starting scene of a man having testicular cancer who was left behind with others, when one of the men’s wife had a baby with another man were displayed, the tension of crisis in the masculinity of men in the room was clear and build the aggression of proving their worth. Such scenes have shown the crisis to a significant level that men are being shown to be stripped off their last hanging right, masculinity. The masculinity possessed by men is the most precious element of their identity which they do not want to lose, and the movie somehow manages to show the same and the consequences of losing that identity. In another scene, when the soft light is focused on these crying men and a bright light focused on the America flag behind, it displays the deteriorating worth of men and how they gulp and digest the intangible discrimination experienced. These sequences show the crisis in American male and the dire consequences that take shape in these internally bruised men. The aggression shown in the fight is not the result of a small or a regular boycott or discrimination, but it resembles a pile of singular and independent events of outright discrimination, hitting the self-esteem of these men on face, and boycotting outright.