Does anyone have an analysis of this movie? I've seen it twice and I thought it was pretty wierd. But I do think it had a strong anti-war theme, thats about it that I got. The Wall part I didnt really get. Before I saw the movie I thought the wall was a wall that was built to prevent people (kids) from becoming what they want to be (from my listening of Another Brick in the Wall Part II). Everyone says the wall was built around Pink's feelings. Could be true, and the wall's construction could have been summoned by Pink's fathr's death in WWII. thus being anti-war. Also, that could be the reason for the chanting of "we dont need no education" in another brick in the wall part 2. If they're just going to die, then they dont need to learn anything anyway... So whats your input?