In Pink Floyd: The Wall, a rectum sings, children become sausage, and monsters ...
Narrative films don't come much trippier than Pink Floyd: The Wall, a feature-length visualization of Pink Floyd's 1979 double concept album, The Wall. It often takes a couple of viewings to parse out its story, and to fall in line with its hideous ...
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