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Oct 8, 2001 | 8:49 PM EDT

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I heard Pink Floyd's 'Goodbye Bluesky' and instantly thought about 9-11. So, this is my tribute to America on that infamous day.

Credit Pink Floyd for the music, with some added effects by me, and the slideshow credit the AP, yahoo, CNN.com, & MSNBC.com. I feel the images and music create morbidly eerie mood. I will not grandstand and claim that this is any tremendous work on my part, but simply a montage of images to a fitting musical work.

The file is 1500KB, so if you have a slow internet connection and hate to wait, then don't bother viewing. As it is I destroyed the quality of the music because of it's mono and compressed.

Reviews


JCHCJCHC

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 19, 2004

That was beautiful.

This is the very first Pink Floyd song that I've ever seen where the music video actaully truly relates to what the song is actually about. An attack is made, and even though it's cleared, the pain and memories of it still exist. The song is really about when the Germans bombed Great Brittain back in WWII, but this is basically the American meaning for the song. It was brilliant. This video should be in the front page, and highest rated music video on all of the internet. I loved it. I literally almost cried. Good Job.



draco-kanjidraco-kanji

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 11, 2004

This is perfect

This is exactly the sort of thing that the song is trying to express; distruction and the wave effect it has on the world.

Goodbye, Blue sky was written by Roger Waters as his account of the Blitzkrieg, the German bomb attacks in London during WW2. While the song is based back in that time, it still has relevance to other events, including AND ESPECIALLY 9-11. As with all of their songs, this one is meant to connect to events all people can relate to.

This MV is very well done, and even as a slideshow it still conveys the pain and torment that result from destruction. I give it a 9 out of 10



ElrowynElrowyn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 7, 2004

Good

Despite what those who can not grasp the point of this was, I thought it was very well done. I've always loved that song, and it fit well.



PennsylvaniaRattPennsylvaniaRatt

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 13, 2004

Wow. Just Wow.

First off, I just want to say that 9-11 didn't make me any more patriotic that I already was. I've always been proud of my country and love it with all my soul. Unfortunately, 9-11 did open my eyes to how many Americans can be down right stupid. Many people I know wanted to kill all "towel heads" a few hours after the planes struck. I agree with making the ones that were involved pay, and dearly...but saying that all Arabs are bad because of it is just plain idiocy. That said, your movie was rather moving, even this long after that fateful day. Your choice of music was great (the troopers in the gas masks reminded me of the ones in the video of the song). It brought back painful memories, and the feeling of pure helplessness I felt then (especially since one of the planes went down a few miles from where I live. For what it's worth, this movie definitely has my approval.



DarkShinobiDarkShinobi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2004

good movie

First of all, I am not a super patriot-bandwagon jumper who will give any movie of this nature a 10 ot be considered "American". I have very sick humor and would laugh at a shirt that says "I *plane* NY", but I thought THIS was a very good movie. Nice music choice.