My Generation
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A documentary look at the generational differences between the original 1969 Woodstock and its 1994 and 1999 follow-ups, Barbara Kopple's My Generation chronicles the festival's evolution from its original, relatively spontaneous and noncommercial genesis to the cash-fueled, product tie-in form it took in the 1990s. Kopple, a noted documentary filmmaker renowned for Harlan County, U.S.A. and American Dream, intersperses her film with interviews with Woodstock producer Michael Lang and various festival-goers, as well as footage from Michael Wadleigh's Oscar-winning 1970 documentary… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"This fascinating documentary from the director of Wild Man Blues shows how things have changed since the late '60s."
‑ Derek Adams, Time Out
"A great way to catch a wide variety of music."
‑ Jon Popick, Planet Sick-Boy
"An eye-opening look into the corporate politics of the youth culture."
‑ Christopher Null,
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