"It’s about the social contract, especially if you’re a guy working in a parking lot and you’re talking to a guy in a $50,000 Eddie Bauer Ford Explorer, and they’re getting in your grill about fifty cents, even though to them it seems completely plausible that that fifty cents shouldn’t even really matter to you. To you that fifty cents is worth $50,000 of Eddie Bauer Ford Explorer, and you just want to take it out of them any way you can."
The Parking Lot Movie.
Oh, man. If you think this movie is not a straight up meditation on the class struggle in America, you’ve either never held a really shitty customer service position or you’re just not paying attention.