Woodstock - Three Days that Defined a Generation (DVD)
Three amazing days that defined a generation and changed the world! This unique documentary presents Woodstock as you've never seen it before…
This landmark documentary covers the three-day 1969 music festival on the property of Max Yasger's farm in upstate New York that symbolized the late 1960s in terms of musical, social and political ideology of the era.
What happened over those three days was far more than a festival of rock.
A few weeks after man first set foot on the moon, nearly half a million people gathered together for what was to become a legendary concert at the end of what is now recognised as one of the most turbulent decades in modern history. It was a decade that saw an American nation in conflict over sexual politics, civil rights and the Vietnam War.
While previous documentaries on Woodstock focus on the performers, this unique chronicle turns the cameras on the audience.
This is Woodstock as never been seen before.
Release Date 29th July 2019
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