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The subject matter of “Darkside” will be familiar to anyone who has ever taken a college course in ethics or moral philosophy. The cast, which includes Bill Nighy and Rufus Sewell, acts out familiar thought experiments from that realm, like the Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Speeding Trolley, with plenty of jocular asides and subtle jokes inserted.

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By considering the significance of postmodernism within the television industry, music and arts, Pink Floyd The Wall will be effectively deconstructed to exemplify what a postmodern film consists of....

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While I've addressed all of the best parts about this box set, in truth the past many paragraphs are but the skeleton for what could be a much longer exposition. This is an incredibly thorough re-release, and there's a lot to take in from the moment the cover is lifted off the box. EMI could have made this a gimmicky, overpriced package, but they didn't. Sure, the scarf and marbles may be a bit much, but what is included is absolutely worth the box set's high price tag. This is extravagant precisely because is such an extravagant album. The album runs almost an hour and a half. It spawned a whole film and multiple theatrical live shows. Like most concept albums, it isn't one most people casually listen to. As its title implies, the edition truly takes us into , reminding us why over 30 years later it has attained the legendary status it has. It's by no means a perfect album, but one cannot talk about progressive rock concept records without mentioning . The album that Pink Floyd made in 1979 marked a milestone in progressive rock, and this box set captures everything perfect and imperfect about the album. When long after its release we're all still singing along to the multiple singles that came from the album, it's clear that this is a unique recording amongst concept albums. exemplifies both the album as an art form while also having some brilliant individual moments.

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It's an underwhelming statement, I know. The statement is especially underwhelming given all of the stops EMI pulled out in the production of the edition of this legendary concept record. But that was all that needed to be said, and the simplicity of that statement by no means undercuts the complexity of . After 33 years, the record's criticism of institutional corruption, its depiction of angst and loneliness, and most of all the music remain as powerful testaments to the legacy of Pink Floyd. While may not be the band's finest moment (I would argue that title belongs to their 1975 release ), it is still a great moment, and further evidence of the band's consistency in their 1970's LPs. My primary focus here will be on the bonus material found in the box set, as much of what I have to say about has already been said. Before I do that, however, I'll speak a little to the album itself.

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While I hesitate in drawing too much of a philosophical connection between the Little Boy and the character of Pink, it’s little wonder that Waters chose to begin Pink’s story with a metaphor about faith and illusion, fantasy and reality. As we find out with each subsequent song, Pink himself is stuck in a self-imposed limbo teetering between a longing for a childhood innocence he never really knew and an unwillingness to face the splintering reality that he has helped shape. Laboring under the delusion of harmless existence, Pink obsesses over everything his childhood was not, and everything that his life has turned out to be. He is the little boy who not only awoke to find out there is no Santa Claus, but awoke to find there’s no such thing as a fair life, as well. In a perfect world, all deserving children get presents at Christmastime. In this world, however, little boys are born without fathers, to overprotective mothers, to personally deadening social systems in a country still reeling from war.

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Pink Floyd had many main points in his songs, and one very important one is that he did not believe the British education system provided them an education.