Having read the book I disliked all the changes made in the transition to the screen. The relationship between Montag and his wife, the Clarisse character, the omission of Faber, etc. It wasn't that I wanted a integral adaptation but the changes took much of what I loved in the book. Also, I found the choice of Oskar Werner to play Montag very poor as the accent was a problem.
In other side, the film cinematography was very good along with the music and had a few good scenes. Truffaut deserves credit for those.
What a powerful psychedelic trip combining great visual shots with the powerful music of Pink Floyd's The Wall album. The album's music is the conductor of the whole movie developing the sequences according to the songs. A generation here is displayed, fighters of oppression, a anti-war youth rising in a world where a capitalist mass consumption society is established.
We follow the story of a artist named Pink (Pink Floyd) who is indifferent to all the commotion of the time.…