Four Intimate Portraits That Capture the Woodstock Experience
Four people recount life-changing experiences they had at Woodstock in 1969. Patrick was studying to be a priest, JoAnn was a 19-year-old daughter of a New York City cop, Hoff was in law school, and Mary was a local who lived near Bethel, New York. One festivalgoer found true love, one wound up onstage, one took advantage of nearby cornfields, and one still hears about what she did from her sister — 50 years later.
Yesterday I enjoyed a film on PBS titled "Woodstock Three days that defined a generation" (link below). I was completely astonished at the ariel views of the amount of people. Amazing that some estimates of 450,000 people could live together for three days in the conditions and not have any major incidences. Cool....so, why can't this generation help pull this country back together during this current division???