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Film shows footage from the 1969, 1994 and 1999 Woodstocks. It documents what happened at each...what went wrong, what went right and gives insights to why the 1999 one turned into a riot. Some of the points are obvious--like, the last two were more about money and profits and peace and love (no kidding) but this is still worth seeing. There's plenty of good concert footage (although, for some reason, no song is played to completion) and some very interesting interviews with the people putting on the concert and the kids attending. Only two real complaints--the 1969 footage was shot in color but they show it here in black and white and too many of the shots are repeated over and over again. Definite highlights are Sheryl Crow, Joe Cocker and Melissa Ethridge performing.
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