“Morality. Do you even know what that means, Roland? It’s an illusion! When people say they’ve got a moral code, they aren’t admitting the hidden rewards they’re actually trying to get by having one!”
Clair and Roland finally manage to get on the housing ladder when another couple default on their mortgage. Clair is exhilarated by the chance to build the life she’s always dreamed of. Roland is haunted by the fact they’re building their bright new future on the basis of other people's misery.
The Drive is an adrenalin-fuelled neoliberal comedy about the ways in which the madness of capitalism tears us apart.