Bob Geldof Christine Hargreaves James Laurenson Eleanor David Bob Hoskins David Bingham
The trippy adaptation based on the double-album The Wall by Pink Floyed - follows the story of Pink - a burnt out rocker who has built up his own personal wall of physical and social isolation - driving himself to drugs and madness. Only by breaking this wall down can he truly be free. -- Chris Kavan
Bizarre attempt to interpret the Pink Floyd album in cinematic form, Gerald Scarfe's animated sections consistently overshadow the live action which is confused and chronically depressing. Some striking imagery though.
Incredibly symbolic and full of poignant themes, Pink Floyd did very well with their dramatic interpretation of their like-titled album. Interesting and incredibly dark, I would recommend this to anyone who loves classic rock and disturbing images.
Spectacular film. A manifiesto full of symbolic imaginery and dialogues against racism, nazism and violence. Almost a masterpiece. I've only would liked to see it made more as movie, instead of a long Pink Floyd music video. Still, fantastic.