This is especially true of Wish You Were Here. It turns out the whole case was a sophisticated roleplaying exercise, created to cure Teddy of his delusions and treat his criminal insanity. Whenever I hear it, I always envision slow dancing, and an unshakeable connection. Some fans have theorized that this is all a dream—that Batman actually died in the explosion, and that Alfred simply imagined seeing his friend taking in the Italian sunshine. The film flows pretty smoothly until the last bit, which is left open-ended for the audience to interpret. It's not the fault of the actors.
That's why it's so hard to determine the exact intention of the writer. Initially, this foggy reality is only confined to the town of Silent Hill, but as the movie ends, Rose and her adopted daughter Sharon remain in the mist even as they leave town and return home. . Finally, Bruce Wayne himself, Christian Bale, thinks that he's alive by the end of the movie. Both films are natural companion pieces that Aronofsky says were originally conceived as. Since we've established those folks are from an alternate universe--the one in which Nebula and War Machine went to Morag to get the Power Stone--their presence in the Avengers' present doesn't alter the events of Avengers: Infinity War or anything else.
Your guess is as good as ours. Either he's done nothing, or his crimes have been of so little interest to his peers that they haven't caused a single ripple. Louis, MoI abosolutely love this song. At the same time, it is pure. The violence is intercut with flashbacks to both women as young ballerinas, one performing above ground and the other dancing down below. And so I did a search on the song and read all I could and found this site.
As for the rest of the album, Shine On is, beginning to end, about Syd. Before I knew I loved you. His appearance at the Wish You Were Here sessions was notedly ironic because, it seems nobody recognized him and much of the albums material refers to Barret esp. Its very heartwrenching to think about. A friend's friend can play this on guitar, among many others. Enemy follows Jake Gylennhaal as Adam, a history professor who discovers the existence of his exact double. The slideshow of more pleasant pictures continued as the song played out until the end.
Corrupt cops show up, steal the girl away, and nearly kill Joe. The same thing happens in that version though. The Coen Brothers's Best Pictur-winning is a haunting modern day Western based on a novel by Cormac McCarthy. His appearance had changed so much since '68 that he had become virtually unrecognizable he was overweight and his head was shaved bald and it took members of the band nearly an hour to discover the true identity of 'the strange looking man in the corner listening to all of our music'. Also, the cough and sniff at the beginning are indeed from Dave Gilmour himself, the result of years of smoking.
But in a whirlpool of avant-garde films, if you take a look at its ballsy attempt at trying something out of the ordinary, The Tree of Life movie beats everything else to a pulp. Could you really forget your brothers killed in action. He then appears to reconcile with love interest Betsy, before driving away in his cab, peering into the rear view mirror to the disconcerting sound of a cymbal clash played in reverse. I love all the metaphores. Dream-heist caper film is notorious for its open-ended final shot, which fans are debating to this day.
However, you need to stay on the same page in order to truly understand the movie for what it is. I cannot name a single other band who I can listen to one song by them for over ten minutes and not be bored. My favorite Floyd song along with Crazy Diamond. This again is an aftermath of a wild uncontrollable act of nature. That means the sixth string is where the first one should be. A comedy with no laughs.
It truly is a heartbreaking song. There may not even be a mystery. So what does all this mean? Iñárritu's film about a washed-up actor trying to make a comeback on Broadway has the kind of weird ending that puts Inception to shame. The part towards the end where Gilmour sort of scats I think sounds like the Cosby show theme song. Peele uses social horror to shine a glaring light on all of the sunken places in American society.