@deepthought Indeed, I'd say the film did present some options for rebelion. It wasn't it main theme though as I see it. It's meant to show the world as it is today, and the future scenario if we obey. It leaves the alternative scenarios for the viewers to imagine by themselves.
You brought a few important ideas for everyday rebellion. There is a range of things one can do to combat structural and direct oppression.
I myself am still trying to figure out where I am on the "radicalism spectrum". Looking at the data, and at the "obey scenarios" like the one presented in the film, I consider #walkaway approach and build-up of decentralized physical habitat network the best thing to focus on. But on the other hand I'm confronted with the importance of trying to help people realize how they support oppression by obeying, the #education part. Walking away can often mean you loose touch with the people who are more ignorant about the issues you're working to overcome.
I think we need some sort of a synthesis of the two approaches.