50 Documentaries to See Before You Die

Woodstock (1970)

Director: Michael Wadleigh

The most notorious music festival of all time, the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art festival in Bethel, N.Y. brought over 400,00 people together for fun, love and drugs. Woodstock offers a behind-the-scenes look at preparation for the festival, the concerts, and its messy conclusion. Drug use and sex abound before the National Guard shows up with food and medical assistance. Images of naked fans sliding in the mud and loving one another will make you nostalgic for a time you never knew. —Debbie Encalada

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