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Desc:Little Pinkie learns how his father died
Category:Classic Movies, Military
Tags:Pink Floyd, The Wall, Anzio
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This gives me goosebumps.

Oh wait, that's because it's fucking 40 degrees in the meat locker.
I'll go check out the snow cat

I love this song.
I always thought it was a shame that it and the other song that was in the movie wasn't on any albums. (And yes, i know this one finaly showed up on Echoes - but i've yet to hear the other one anywhere else.)
Syd Midnight
It's a good way to start off "The Final Cut", if you're making a playlist.

Love & Vomit
This song actually appears on the remastered release of The Final Cut, and it fits in perfectly with the rest of the album.

"What Shall We Do Now" and this appear on The Wall movie soundtrack.

There's also a really good version of the song on "Is There Anybody Out There?"

I once saw what was either a bootleg or an import or both at some indie store in a college town one time that was the actual movie soundtrack.

Blah blah blah some old song bloo bloo we love Pink floyd cause our parents said they're important blorg blorg oh this song isn't on this LP yeah it is listen or put it on your MP3 so you can tell coffee house girls that you like important music arf arf

That's what you all sound like.

Syd Midnight
You really don't get it. Nobody likes any band because their parents did.

I never understood the subtext to this movie. Is it suggesting that Pink is just sad about his dad dying or that he had been lied to about HOW his dad died and when?
The important part of this song is more about how his fathers death was treated, specifically by the government. To the government his dad was just another number on a list, undeserving even of a signature on his death certificate. It sort of got to Oh god I'm writing a short essay on the symbolism in The Wall. Shoot me now

Also: This is probably one of my favorite Floyd songs.

No it's OK...it's not like this is Hannah Montana or something. I always appreciated the album and the movie for going beyond simple "rock" bullshit. But, yeah, I always assumed the hint was that there was some dark secret about his father. I got the part about the dehumanization of the dead, I just figured there was something else to it.

Unmerciful Crushing Force
Yeah, this is pretty much the poetic highlight of an already poetic and beautiful movie. I think only the Nobody Home scene and Bring the Boys Back Home match this for spooky nostalgia.
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