The life of the fictional rock star 'Pink' is the subject of the visually evocative cult film based upon the music and visions of the group Pink Floyd as portrayed in the album of the same title. Relationships, drug abuse, sex, childhood, WWII and fascism combine in a disturbing mix of episodic live action and lyrical animation drawn by British caricaturist Gerald Scarfe.
Now, this is a kinda old movie, but I'm just getting back to it, as I recently dug out my old Pink Floyd CDs which I haven't been listening to in a long time. Any thought on the movie? Personally I think it's one of the greatest projects ever, and very unique, too. And what could you possibly want more, than a captivating and thought-provoking storyline being carried alone by psychedelic (and sometimes pretty creepy) visuals and just the music of perhaps the greatest rock-band ever? "The Wall" is a movie you can watch over and over and always notice something new or completely make you re-think your previous opinions on the subject.
Any thoughts? Disagreements?