I just went and saw the movie "Divergent". It's about a society based on 5 different virtues which are divided into factions such as Selflessness, Knowledge, Honesty, Law and (something else I can't remember). Anyway, a person is born into one of these factions but once they reach a certain age, they take a test which tells them which "faction" they would be best suited for. A day after the test, they have to choose which faction they will join for the rest of their lives. They are expected to behave according to the set morals and values of their faction (the law enforcers faction for example is never allowed to show fear or cowardice, the selfless faction is never allowed to think of self in any way...etc.). Once the person chooses a faction they are never allowed to leave that faction for the rest of their lives. Those who take the test and who do not fall under any of the five virtue categories are said to be "Divergent"; such people are dangerous because they don't fit neatly into one little category...they think for think independently and thus are a threat to the system. So in order to maintain "order" divergents are killed once they are discovered.
Anyway, I thought the movie was good because to me it was about Individuality fighting against Conformity (Individual rights and freedoms vs a collectivist totalitarian state). Tell me what you guys think of the movie.