RLC 183 Moquin 'The Wall' Paper

RLC 183 Moquin 'The Wall' Paper - In the movie "The...

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In the movie “The Wall”, there were many different scenes that were either metaphors for something else within the movie or just simply had hidden meanings. The first of which was the D-Day flashbacks. These flashbacks were intertwined with rioting at the elementary school, basically telling the viewer that going to this school was as big a battle as the D-Day invasion itself. The little boy’s father ended up dying during the D- Day invasion, and when it happens, animation turns to an Iron Eagle which ends up stealing his home. The Iron Eagle at the time symbolized Nazi Germany, so it was telling the viewer Germany had killed his father and destroyed his home. Also, the animation showed planes turning into crosses and the UK flag turning into a bloody cross, symbolizing that many pilots had been killed and that a lot of British soldiers were killed during the war. Also, the students in the school, at least during the song “Another Brick in the Wall” were forced to wear masks along with uniforms that removed all hints of
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