Pink Floyd: The Wall (R) Release Date: September 15th, 2017
Runtime: 1 hr. 35 min.
Director: Alan Parker
Genres: Drama, Musical
Starring: Bob Geldof, Christine Hargreaves, James Laurenson, Eleanor David
Who doesn’t like staying out late, munching on popcorn, washing it down with a brew and watching the unfolding of insanity in a disturbed rock star? The Liberty Theatre is presenting the 35th-anniversary screening of the 1982 cult classic 'Pink Floyd — The Wall.' For you first-timers, Pink Floyd — The Wall is the story of rock star Floyd “Pink” Pinkerton, who is driven to madness by early life events. The musician constructs a metaphorical and physical wall around him to protect his fragile psyche. The film has caused controversy through scenes of schoolchildren falling into a meat grinder and neo-Nazi imagery. It's a mashup of genres: part music video, part psychological horror, part live action, part animation. But don’t expect much talking: The film, whose script was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters, is driven by music and symbolic imagery. The soundtrack includes all but two songs of the eponymous original album and is presented in surround 5.1.Big Screen Classics, All Seats $6
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