Pink Floyd Brick in the Wall Kids Subject of New Film

(Gibson) A new movie is being made on the children's choir that sang the haunting chorus to Pink Floyd's classic single, "Another Brick in the Wall, Part II." Producer Andy Harries (The Queen) is putting together a film about the group of kids that sang on the 1979 hit, according to Spinner.com.

The movie will discuss the life of music teacher Alun Renshaw and his choir students. Renshaw got fired from Islington Green School after he had his students sing "We don't need no education" for the Pink Floyd song.

Harries calls the movie "Dead Poets Society meets School of Rock." First-time writer Steve Thompson is working on a script. Although Harries has optioned Renshaw's story, he has yet to secure rights to the Floyd tune. -

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