Roger Waters: The Wall, Live in Berlin

Roger Waters: The Wall, Live in Berlin

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Cast: Bryan Adams, Thoams Dolby, Marianne Faithfull, Albert Finney

     
 

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This large musical project features Pink Floyd, along with a cast of hundreds in the performance of The Wall. Includes a look at the historic Berlin Wall collapse and features interviews and some behind the scene views. The animations projected onto the wall during the show are presented without audio in order to study them more closely.

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This large musical project features Pink Floyd, along with a cast of hundreds in the performance of The Wall. Includes a look at the historic Berlin Wall collapse and features interviews and some behind the scene views. The animations projected onto the wall during the show are presented without audio in order to study them more closely.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/24/2003
UPC:
0044003843899
Original Release:
1989
Rating:
NR
Source:
Mercury
Region Code:
0
Sales rank:
22,493

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[None specified]

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. In the Flesh [4:25]
2. The Thin Ice [2:44]
3. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1 [3:51]
4. The Happiest Days of Our Lives [1:27]
5. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 [6:26]
6. Mother [6:58]
7. Goodbye Blue Sky [3:35]
8. Empty Spaces [3:52]
9. Young Lust [4:56]
10. Oh My God -- What a Fabulous Room [1:39]
11. One of My Turns [2:43]
12. Don't Leave Me Now [4:08]
13. Another Brick in the Wall [4:28]
14. Goodbye Cruel World [1:29]
15. Hey You [:00]
16. Is There Anybody Out There? [4:54]
17. Nobody Home [3:20]
18. Vera [4:16]
19. Bring the Boys Back Home [1:26]
20. Comfortably Numb [2:16]
21. In the Flesh [8:47]
22. Run Like Hell [4:42]
23. Waiting for the Worms & Stop [5:03]
24. The Trial [4:57]
25. The Tide Is Turning [7:05]
26. Credits [7:59]

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Roger Waters: The Wall, Live in Berlin 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My only regret about this performance is that I was not there in person to experience it. This is one of the favorites my family enjoys frequently. The interesting thing about this media package is that no where on the pacakaging or in the program does the name ''Pink Floyd'' appear. Another testiment to the acrimonius parting of Roger Waters from the rest of the band.
AlwaysTrue More than 1 year ago
BOYCOTT ANYTHING BY ROGER WATERS. HE'S AN ANTI-SEMITE WHO IS BOYCOTTING ISRAEL. FIGHT BIGOTRY. Anyone who sides with Waters should go live in a Muslim country like Afghanistan or even the Palestinian territories - the darling of Waters' - where Christians are being murdered and churches burned. And Mr. Waters should lead the way. Join the Boyles in Afghanistan, prisoners since they were arrested for the crime of hiking in Afghanistan. But the main reason to boycott any music projects by Waters is that his music sucks. It was David Gilmour who was the musical genius of Pink Floyd. Plus, Waters can't sing to save his life anymore.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still great to watch, even 22 years later.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the most fantastic thing I have ever seen. Sinad O'Conner singing Mother and then Van Morrison singing Comfortably Numb made me speachless
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unbelievably stunning. The collaboration of the artists, the involvement of the audience and the time, place and reason for this event all combine to make this a memorable movie. This has much more meaning than the movie The Wall.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the bulldozing of hitler's bunker; the seriously heavy cooler that i ran with on my shoulder for a long half-mile, the bands starting in the early afternoon, the hooters doing a full performance, the audio problems that pushed back the actual show to 10:30pm, THE INCREDIBLE SHOW, the long exhausted, yet satisfied, trek to find a way home.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Saw this movie in a bar in a small town outside Mexico City. Watched it from beginning to end. Guest stars seem like has-beens or 80's popsters when looking at the names but turn out to be very talented and perfectly cast for this incredible presentation. The sound, even on a low-end television, was noticably superb. I highly recommend this video for any PF fan. It will surely convert those on the fence and many who are unfamiliar with this incredible work.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Can an eclectic assembly of musical artists perform one of the greatest rock operas of all time better than the original? I can say no more than Cindy Lauper, The Band, Brian Adams, Van Morrison and more! These artists give astonishing performances directed and musicaly lead by the composer himself, of this bent, beautiful, rock opera. I say watch it alone and turn it up, then have a party and invite all your enlightened friends for an amazing get together. Lastly buy one for all your friends, this video makes a wonderful idea for gifts.