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A music festival that defined a generation, Woodstock is one of the best concert films of all time
Worth watching. Not much footage of actual performances. More behind the scenes of how it came together.
Absolutely fantastic!!! A must see!!!!
what a great movie, its a shame today's music is such junk
A very long documentary but well-worth the time.
When you watch this 1970 rockumentary, you aren't just watching any ordinary concert film. You're experiencing a piece of American history first hand.
Maravilhoso. Eu nem consigo imaginar o trabalho insano que foi filmar algo desse porte naquela época. É perfeito.
Woodstock is a 1970 documentary film directed by Michael Wadleigh.
This documentary records the greatest music festival of a generation. It contains original footage of the concerts and crowds, as well as behind the scenes problems and politics. Legendary.
It's a film so addicting, that I never want it to end. Never mind that it has a four-hour running time.
A great concert documentary with some great performances, especially Richie Havens, Joe Cocker and Sanata (Joan Baez and John Sebastian I'd be just fine with never seeing again). In it's current directors cut it runs close to 4 hours, which is far too long. Yes it worked out a lot better than you would ever have expected it to given the vast number of people who turned up, but right around the tenth time somebody is going on at length about this, you realize the movie could stand to lose about an hour.