While Frank is indeed correct about the movie of the same name and its theme, I would not let that stop you from using that name. Very few people have enough of a cultural memory to recall the movie or its connotations. (In fact, Frank & I may be two of the only ones to recall it!)
Think about it–Only people of "a certain age" (50+) would have even a chance of recalling both the movie title and the theme. And, I would be willing to bet that many people in that age category would not recall the theme, even if they remember the name of the movie. (As evidence of this, I would cite the movie and novel titled "The Ugly American". While many people would recall that it had something to do with Americans overseas, I can tell you that almost everyone has a perception of the title character that is 180 degrees away from his real persona.)
And, the younger generation (20s through 40s) who would most likely comprise your target market, would likely have no knowledge of this film or its theme. So, I say–go for it if you want to use that name for your establishment. While Frank was definitely correct about the film, I think that, for the reasons that I have cited above, the name would not be an impediment to doing business.
Good luck in your endeavor!