It's more than a maze.
i don't wanna compare this film with H.G. or Insurgent like some people
do.Here i just wanna talk about what i get from this film.
what does the maze mean?is it a prison？a cage for a ridiculous test？or it is something，maybe i can say,to trap us.
we are Thomas,Alby,Newt,Gally,and everyone in this film.we are trapped in the society,and we are living in a vast maze.the maze,like a huge and powerful man,watches us every day.he create Grivers to make us product a terrible thing,so that we are willing to stay there.and that,is fear.
someone like Gally were beaten by him since they followed his rules.in other words,they lost themsevles,because they lost hope,the most important and greatest thing in the world.
i learnt a great idea from The Shawshank Redemption,which goes like this,REMEMBER,RED.HOPE IS A GOOD THING,AND NO GOOD THINGS EVER DIE.as an another anti-utopia film,V claims a similar idea.the very London is like the maze,and people there are all like Gally.but there is still someone like Thmas,who has boldness to explore the exit and dignity to get out of trick.
i don't wanna be another Gally,but i have to say i am,at least now.WHATEVER,like Newt said,it doesn't matter,any of it.BUT WHAT DOES MATTER IS WHO WE ARE NOW,AND WHAT WE DO RIGHT NOW.just PICK YOUR ASS UP AND FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED.