An uptight NYC lawyer takes her two teenagers to her hippie mother's farmhouse upstate for a family vacation. What was meant to be a weekend getaway quickly turns into a summer adventure of romance, music, family secrets and self-discovery. Written by
The butcher, for whom Cole works, is named Mr. Fleischer. "Fleischer" is the German word for "butcher". See more »
In the film, the town of Woodstock, New York is portrayed as the geographical setting for the music festival bearing its name. In fact, the festival, while originally intended to be held in Woodstock, was ultimately held in Bethel, New York - over 50 miles from the town of Woodstock. See more »
Did you know I had to get three more bottles of wine today on account of Richard's new wife's aversion to California chardonnay?
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Written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter
Published by Ice Nine Publishing Company Inc.
Performed by Grateful Dead
Courtesy of Grateful Dead Productions/Rhino Entertainment Company
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing See more »
Funny comment in the last user review. The bus in the movie was not a prop. It just happened to be there on the property where they were filming already. If you go to Woodstock, indeed in many towns in the Hudson Valley, you will still see quite a few psychedelic painted vehicles. Many of the extras used in the film live in the area. They all just dressed and acted normally. Woodstock is Woodstock! The writing and acting may have seemed exaggerated, but if anything, it was downplayed. Check out the motorcycle gang - they are really members of the local motorcycle club. I viewed the movie at the Woodstock film festival and it was fun to watch everyone that was in the film enjoy seeing themselves on the big screen.
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