NPR's Madeleine Brand reports on the 30th anniversary of the Woodstock movie, the film of the famous flower generation concert. The film showed lots of music—and concentrated on the relatively benign aspects of the gathering. Some say it portrayed a false and one-sided sense of the event, and wasn't really representative of the event—but the filmmakers argue they shot what they saw.
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