Cinema: Hold On to Your Neighbor

It is happening all over again. Woodstock, last summer's "three days of love and peace," has been re-created in a joyous, volcanic new film that will make those who missed the festival feel as if they were there. Those who actually were there will see it even more intimately. But Woodstock is far more than a sound-and-light souvenir of a long weekend concert. Purely as a piece of cinema, it is one of the finest documentaries ever made in the U.S.*

Making the movie was an enormous and sometimes haphazard undertaking. Director-Cinematographer Michael Wadleigh...

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