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The movie is basicly based on Pink Floyd's life-story. And it all start‘s out with Pink Floyd having flashbacks of his earlier childhood, and remembering, when he was just a little kid going out in the playground, and playing all alone, and he had no father to be around him, whenever he needed him. And not having a father, that affected him the mostly very deep. He only had his mother to look after him, take care of him and protect him, which she also did, but it was still hard for him to be raised with one parent. And in the school, his teacher was very strict and rough against the children, and that also had an influence on him. But in his aduldt life, Pink Floyd is actually a musician and atfirst he is just a regular guy, but subsequently he begins to smoke and drink. The drinking and smoking causes him very serious issues, like his girlfriends leaving him and having an affair with another man. Then he finds another women, but scares her away later. And day after day it gets worse and worse for him, and he slowly becomes a drug addict. Then he lies back on his chair, isolated from everything, and living in a world of his own, he starts to think about his early days again. How it all began and how he had ended so far, as he is in this position. And in the end of the movie he gets picked up by his freinds, and they give him medicine, so he can get back on his feet again. Then they drive him to the show, so he can and make a speech, about his fasicm campaign. After the show his campaign ravages the stores, and other properties that belongs to foreigns.

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 The short story, "The Wall," by Jean- Paul Sartre, is a story told infirst person stream of
consciousness. The main character in the story , is a political prisoner. The character's name is
Pablo, and he is being held, along with three other prisoners, during the Spanish Civil War. The
prisoners are imprisoned in a hospital that is being used by the Spanish Fascist's.The story is a
refection of, Jean- Paul Sartre's philosophical beliefs in existentialism. Evidence ofSartre's,
beliefs can be found in his use of: setting, character, theme, literary devices. Sartre was an
exponent of atheistic existentialism: “Existence is prior to essence. Man is nothing at birth and
throughout his life he is no more than the sum of hispast commitments. To believe in anything
outside his own will is to be guilty of ‘bad Faith.’ Existentialist despair and anguish is the
acknowledgment that man is condemned to freedom. There is no God, so man must rely upon his
own fallible will and moral insight. He cannot escape choosing.”
The setting in the story is a prison cell containing two other men, Tom and Juan. The cell is
a dark cold place. "As a matter of fact, our cell was one of the hospital cellars. It was terrifically
cold there because of the drafts. We shivered all night and it wasn’t much better during the
day…;There was a bench in the cellar and four mats. When they took us back we sat and waited
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in silence.;The setting is significant to the existentialist view, because Sartre believed that
humans were ;condemned to freedom;, and by using a cell, Sartre could be representing the
world, in which he, believes is reality . The idea of prison is often linked to being a place of
confinement, and to be imprisoned is to be locked away from freedom. Based o…