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Analysis of Pink Floyds The Wall Pink Floyds The Wall is a very dark disturbing film about a mans self destruction and the hardships he suffered throughout his life As a young boy Floyds father was killed in a war and he grew up an only child with a very protective mother Floyd was very alone when he need a male role model the most and for that he grew up depressed Throughout the film the bands music is played and the lyrics coincide with the film Two songs portrayed in The Wall are One of My Turns and Dont Leave Me Now One of My Turns describes Floyds relationship with his wife At first they shared a very happy marriage But as time went on Floyd spiraled into a depression and distanced himself from her The lyrics describe their current state Day after day love turns grayLike the skin of a dying man Night after night we pretend its all right But I have grown older and You have grown colder and Nothing is very much fun anymore Floyd 4 Floyd knows that his turn is destroying his marriage but he can not pull himself out of the drugs and depression to reconnect with his life In Pink Floyds song Dont Leave Me Now the film shows Floyd having an angry outburst and jumping out his hotel window into the pool Floyd cuts his wrist during his rampage and is floating in a pool of his own blood The lyrics are played Ooooh babe dont leave me nowI need you babe while he has visions of his wife with another man Floyd 4 Floyd realizes that he has lost her for good because of his own doing and can not deal with reality Pink Floyds The Wall is a film with wild imagery portrayed through documentation and animation The film provokes ones mind to think and analysis the entire
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