Pink Floyd – The Wall

To celebrate the release of the sensational live concert documentary “Roger Waters: US + THEM” currently screening at TPH, we’re also screening the legendary 1982 film “Pink Floyd – The Wall”. Don’t miss this great opportunity to re-visit an absolute classic.

“The 1982 film is without question the best of all serious fiction films devoted to rock” ★★★★★ Roger Ebert

Synopsis: In this visual riff on Pink Floyd’s album “The Wall,” successful but drugged-out musician Pink (Bob Geldof) is looking back on his isolated childhood from the confines of a Los Angeles hotel room. Through a swirl of flashbacks and chemical-induced hallucinations, Pink recalls his lonely upbringing, during which he built a symbolic wall to the world as he coped with the death of his father (James Laurenson) and the overbearing ways of his mother (Christine Hargreaves).


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