dir. Alan Parker

R | 1982 | UK | 95 MIN

November 23rd • 10:00

To commerorate 40 years of Pink Floyd’s daring and grandioise rock opera The Wall, Art House invites you to experience the film that fully realized Floyd frontman Roger Waters’ vision in collaboration with director Alan Parker and cartoonist Gerald Scarfe. A spectacle in itself, Pink Floyd: The Wall famously strained the egos of the three creatives involved, yet magically created a work of art about self-imposed isolation and the jaded relationship Waters felt about fame that film buffs and stoners alike can agree is an unmatched entity of the music-film genre. Ever more relevant in the wake of modern social isolation, now is the perfect time to revisit this dark musical odyssey into the mouth of madness!