While these themes have been depicted in movies over and over again, she does not imply that the entire upper class is a bunch of arrogant pricks, who think they can buy their way out of everything.Clearly, they can, you can't really fault them for that, but the Riot Club is not inherently an evil society.He has an unrequited love for Miles and ‘is a bit of an outsider,’ says Aussie actor Sam Reid.‘He’s quite eccentric and hasn’t ever fitted in anywhere until he got to Oxford university.’ The exotic one Dimitri (played by Ben Schnetzer) The steely son of a Greek shipping magnate, the ridiculously wealthy Dimitri has spent most of his summers fooling around on yachts – and doesn’t he act like it?!
It really made me consider how we act in situations we have very little control over and how responsible should we feel in these kinds of situations.My only complaint about the movie would be the main character (Miles Richards) being a flawless Mary Sue - rich, handsome, witty, intelligent, kind and well meaning, as well as some of the other positive characters being presented as these morally superior beings.That felt very strange for a movie, the main idea of which is that not everything is as black and white as it seems, and we all just try to justify our own actions while doing what we feel (not think) is best.), the suitably-named Harry has buckets of charm, a stately home and his dad’s a Duke.Who better to play him than chisel-cheeked Douglas Booth? ‘Harry has a certain ease, he never has to reach too far for anything in life,’ says the Noah and Romeo and Juliet star.