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Woodstock is a TV movie starring John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, and Joel Makower. In August 1969, 500,000 people gathered at a farm in upstate New York. What happened there was far more than just a concert. Woodstock tells the story...

Genres
Documentary, History
Director
Jamila Ephron, Barak Goodman
Starring
Joel Makower, John Roberts, Bob Spitz, Joel Rosenman

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Product details

Genres Documentary, History
Director Jamila Ephron, Barak Goodman
Writer Barak Goodman, Don Kleszy
Stars Joel Makower, John Roberts, Bob Spitz, Joel Rosenman
Country USA
Also Known As Woodstock: Festivaalin tarina, Woodstock: Three Days That Defined A Generation, Woodstock - tre dage der forandrede en generation, Woodstock: Festivalens historia, Woodstock - Drei Tage, die eine Generation prägten, Woodstock - tre dagar vi aldrig glömmer
Runtime 1 h 46 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In August 1969, 500,000 people gathered at a farm in upstate New York. What happened there was far more than just a concert. Woodstock tells the story of a legendary event that defined a generation through the voices of those who were there.

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Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 06:44

This is an interesting look at the events that led up to and followed the infamous "Woodstock" festival in 1969, where the world's youth were invited by hippie leaders to be "cured" of their youth by ingesting LSD. It follows a group of young people who are involved in the events, and some of the more interesting and intense stories are told through interviews with the people involved. The documentary is interesting in that it shows a lot of raw footage and interviews with a lot of the people involved, so it gives the viewer a lot of information without too much time being wasted on the dialog and analysis. The documentary does a good job at showing the culture surrounding the festival, and it also includes some of the interviews with the hippies and their elders. But it does feel a little repetitive as it seems like the documentary is just showing the interviews as they happen, and it's not really showing anything new or interesting. The interviews are also a little confusing, because some of the interviews are quite vague and confusing, which makes it hard to understand what they're saying. The interviews do go on a bit long, and the documentary doesn't really go into a lot of detail. I would have liked to have seen more footage and interviews, especially with the elders. But I would still recommend this documentary because it does a good job at showing a lot of information about the events. It is also very informative and interesting, but it's just not enough to make it a great documentary.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 06:07

This is a documentary about the iconic events of 1969, the last day of the legendary Free Speech Movement in San Francisco. The film was made by the filmmakers of "Free Speech: The Movie" and was written by the filmmaker and his wife, Kristin Burch. It is a combination of interviews, footage and still photos, but the focus is on the three main characters of the movement, Paul Robeson, Bill Ayers and the Reverend Al Sharpton. They were the key people who brought about the movement, and were the ones who made the most of the last day of the movement. It's a pretty good film. It's also pretty depressing. It's about how the movement was crushed and how it was crushed by the establishment. The film shows how the three main people who were part of the movement were very angry at the time, and they didn't want to be associated with the movement anymore. But they still wanted to do something about it. They wanted to fight back. The film is a bit overlong. It's a bit too long. It's like a documentary on the movement. It's a little too long, but it's still a good documentary. It's interesting to see the reactions of the people who were involved in the movement, and how they were completely different than what we're used to seeing. The film is also about the effect of the movement on the people who were involved. There were people who were involved in the movement who had no idea what was going to happen to them. They were completely surprised by the events that were happening. It's a good film. It's a bit too long, but it's still a good documentary. It's worth seeing. It's definitely worth seeing. It's a good documentary.


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