LONDON (AP) — Roger Waters is revisiting “The Wall” to make it less about him and more about anyone affected by war. The DVD “Roger Waters The Wall” is part concert film and part road trip as Waters visits for the first time his grandfather’s grave in northern France and a memorial garden marker bearing his father’s name in southern Italy. Waters asked fans to send him their stories about loved ones who died in wartime. Waters says he knows there will be people who will want him just to shut up and play the music, but he wants to start a conversation about war and its effects. “Roger Waters The Wall” comes out December 1.