Pour résumer ma pensée, rien de tel que le monologue de la fausse Monica, extrait de l'épisode 21 de la saison 1 de Friends :
You know what? I used to be just like you. Then one day, I saw a movie that changed my life. Did you ever see Dead Poets Society?
I thought that movie was so incredibly... boring! I mean, that thing at the end where the kid kills himself because he can't be in the play?! What was that? It's like kid, wait a year year, leave home, do some community theater! I walked out of there and I thought, "That's two hours of my life that I'm never getting back."
And that thought scared me more than all the other crap that I was afraid to do.