A confined but troubled rock star descends into madness in the midst of his physical and social isolation from everyone.
|鲍勃·吉尔道夫 (Bob Geldof)||饰||Pink|
|Christine Hargreaves||饰||Pink's Mother|
|James Laurenson||饰||J.A. Pinkerton (Pink's Father)|
|Eleanor David||饰||Pink's Wife|
|Kevin McKeon||饰||Young Pink|
The film depicts the construction and ultimate demolition of a metaphorical wall. Though the film's symbolism is open to interpretation, the wall itself clearly reflects a sense of isolation and alienation.Pink (Bob Geldof), the protagonist (and unreliable narrator) of the film, is a rock star, one of several reasons behind his apparent depressive and detached emotional state. He is first seen in a quiet hotel room, having trashed it. The opening music is not by Pink Floyd, but is the Vera Lynn recording of "The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot". During the following scenes, it is revealed t…
- 声音混合： 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints) | Mono (some 35 mm prints)
- 纵横比：2.20 : 1 (70 mm prin
|出品公司||Tinblue (as Tin Blue)|
|Goldcrest Films International|
|发行公司||Cinema International Corporation (CIC) (1982) (Theatrical) (Italy)|
|Polygram Filmed Entertainment (VHS) (France)|
|Metro Goldwyn Mayer (Theatrical) (Mexico)|
|Adansonia (re-release) (2011) (Theatrical) (Japan)|
|United Artists Classics (1982) (Theatrical) (Canada)|
- 珍妮·赖特 wasn't told that Geldof would be throwing that bottle at her, so her reaction of ducking was totally spontaneous.
- On the commentary track on the DVD, the last thing 罗杰·沃特斯 says in the commentary is "Isn't this where we came in" just slightly before the very end of the end credits. The album, unlike the film, is bookended by the selection "Outside the Wall" with the last few notes of that song played in the beginning of the first selection of the album, "In the Flesh?". What is interesting is that if you repeat the album on a loop (easier done these days with a mp3 version of the album played on a media player), the last three words heard in the album, which are "Isn't this where", are merged with the first three words heard in the album, which are "We came in" to form the sentence "Isn't this where we came in".
- In his autobiography "Is That It?", 鲍勃·吉尔道夫 says that his agent first told him about the project while he was riding in a taxi, and that he said that he didn't want to do it because he didn't like the music of Pink Floyd. 罗杰·沃特斯 knows this story, not because he read it in Geldof's book, but because the taxi driver was actually Roger Waters' brother.